Why a remote area in Canada is poised to become one of the world’s major iron ore producing regions

A remote geographic zone straddling Canadian Québec and Labrador areas is causing quite a stir in mining circles due to the large iron reserves waiting to be developed into mines. The 1000-kilometre-long area, also known as the Labrador Trough or the New Quebec Orogen holds several iron ore deposits of substantial size and grade.

Visual Capitalist has created a unique infographic, explaining why the Labrador Trough is poised to become one of the world’s major iron ore producing regions.

 

 

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