New 43-101 Mineral Resource and Reserve Estimate, Feasibility Study
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The government is fine tuning details of an aggressive campaign to promote Canada’s mining sector abroad, and so redirect trade spending and foreign affairs to core economic interests.
First time this has happened in a decade.
The decreasing Arctic ice sheet could mean billions for the mining industry, say experts.
The IIED report urges the sector to move from improving its standards in principle to actually implementing them in practice.
The melting ice cap in the Arctic sea could open up access to immense mineral reserves, attracting billions of dollars in investment, but also bringing with it unique risks and challenges, says Lloyd’s/Chatham House latest Risk Insight report.
The move to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is the single-most-important initiative in the financial reporting world — with all major economies having established timelines to adopt these standards in the near future. This means […]