Canada opens up north to mining

BBC: Canada's Quebec province opens up north for mining The plans to develop Quebec's wilderness will create thousands of jobs, says Jean Charest A large area of northern Canada is to be opened up to mining, energy and forestry projects. The government of Quebec has unveiled a massive plan to develop a largely inhospitable but untouched area in the north of the province. The "Plan Nord" aims to turn 1.2 million sq km of land into a major area of mining and renewable energy. The plan also aims......

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