Coast to Coast

This past year saw record or near-record levels of exploration and development activity in the Canadian mining industry. And while there may be twists and turns in the road ahead for 2009, indications are that some areas may actually experience growth in production and exploration. From coast to coast, the mood is cautiously optimistic.

 

Newfoundland and Labrador

Moving ahead in tough times. By K. Bradbury

Nova Scotia

An eventful year, an optimistic outlook. By M. MacDonald

New Brunswick

Record-setting developments. By L. Fyffe

Québec

A period of unprecedented expansion. Translated from the original in French by A. Lavoie

Ontario

Leading Canada in exploration. By the staff of the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines

Manitoba

Boosting economies, generating knowledge. By D. Prouse and M. Lavergne

Saskatchewan

Not just a uranium and potash giant. By the staff of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources and R. Carey

Alberta

Driven by diamonds, propelled by potash. By D. R. Eccles

British Columbia

Forging ahead in 2008. By J. deGrace, J. Fredericks, D. Grieve, B. Madu, B. Northcote and P. Wojdak

Yukon

World-class potential awaiting further exploration. By the staff of the Government of Yukon

Northwest Territories

Northerly location, northerly growth graph. By D. Williams

Nunavut

Trailblazing in the tundra. By the staff of the Department of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada

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