General Geological Features of the Mining Fields of Manitoba and Adjoining Districts

CIM Bulletin1935
PREVIOUS to 1924 the mining fields of Manitoba and adjoining territory had not been prospected in detail, and the reports of the exploration of the mineral discoveries to that date had been discouraging. As a result of the apparent failure of all the mining operations, some considered that geological conditions in the country westward from lake Superior extending across western Ontario, eastern and northern Manitoba, and northern Saskatchewan, were different from those in the northeastern part of Ontario, where large gold mines had been developed.
Keywords: Canadian Shield, granite, Manitoba, porphyry, schist, Deposits, Granite, Granites, Manitoba, mining, Rock, Rocks, sediments
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