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minescanada.ca is hosted by Natural Resources Canada (through 76engage) on behalf of all provinces and territories. The site was created to encourage and facilitate respectful and purposeful dialogue on subjects relating to the state of mining in Canada.
The views and opinions of participants do not necessarily reflect those of Natural Resources Canada, or those of the provinces and territories.
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- repetitive or spamming threads; or
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