The Story of Gypsum in Canada

CIM Bulletin1930
THE increasing importance of the gypsum industry in Canada is evidenced by the fact that the production has increased from 473,129 tons valued at $809,632 in 1909 to 1,205,846 tons valued at $3,622,007 in 1928, an increase of over 155 percent in quantity, and of 347 percent in value, in the 20-year period.
Keywords: anhydrite, B.C. Gypsum Company, calcining, Canada, Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada, Deposits, Gypsum, Materials, Mill, Mills, Production, Rock
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