Problems of the Coal Industry in British Columbia

CIM Bulletin1936
AS is well known, there are large and valuable deposits of coal in British Columbia, both on the mainland and on Vancouver island. These deposits are widely distributed over the Province. The chief sources of supply on the mainland are found in the Fernie and Princeton-Nicola districts and on Vancouver island in the Comox and Nanaimo districts. The coals range from a very high quality bituminous coal to lignite. On the Upper Skeena river there is said to be a very large deposit of anthracite or semi-anthracite, but this field has not been developed.
Keywords: bituminous coal, British Columbia, Canada, collieries, British Columbia, Canada, Coal, Cost, Costs, Markets, Oil, Oils, Prices, Production
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