CIM Bulletin1924
Since the time when Canada's East and West were joined by the railway, and communication was established into the interior, settlements grew on the southern fringe of the great Precambrian area that formed the northern protaxis of the continent during its vicissitudes of growth. They clung precariously to the fringe of that ancient land, for the Precambrian is not generous to those who wish to live by the fruits of the soil, except in those limited areas where the Pleistocene ice-sheet has been profuse in its gifts of clay to cover the hard surface of the Precambrian rock.
Keywords: copper, copper, Elbow Lake, Lake Winnipeg, Manitoba Power Company, Precambrian, Gold, Manitoba, minerals, mining, Precambrian
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