The Functions of a Dominion Department of Mines

CIM Bulletin1939
DR. W. F. GRAY (Contributed discussion, presented at meeting by Mr. S. C. Mifflen): Mr. Rowe's suggestion that the Institute should organize itself to interpret the needs of the mining industry to federal and provincial mines departments should commend itself to our membership as sensible and practical, and as one which these public administrative bodies may welcome. One has to start with the premise that those who head the departments of mines in question have the welfare of the industry at heart.
Keywords: Canada, Canada, Dominion Geological Survey, historical geology, Kent coalfield, mining, Canadian, Mine, Mines, mining, Mining industry, Survey, Surveys
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