The Peril of Declining Mineral Wealth

CIM Bulletin1941
IN 1934 Newfoundland, after extravagant operation based on exaggerated ideas of what she had to work with, became bankrupt, ceased to be a self-governing Dominion, and passed into the hands of a Commission. Since the days of Dawson, Canadians have been taught that no country in the world is as rich as their own. This idea has become a religion; contrary views are heresy, and are suppressed even by technical organizations and government departments.
Keywords: Anaconda Copper, ostrich, raw material, Vancouver, Western Canada, Canada, Canadian, Government, Governments, Mine, Mines, Ore, Ores
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