Industrial minerals in British Columbia

By IM Staff
Published: Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Canada’s most southwesterly province has a long history of industrial mineral mining. George Simandl and Michaela Neetz of the British Columbia Geological Survey at the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines give a detailed over view of its non-metallic mineral activity and potential.

Situated on the west coast of Canada, British Columbia (BC) is served by several deepwater ports, a modern highway system and a network of rail lines, linking the province’s industrial centres to the rest of North America and the Pacific Rim countries....

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