The Natural Resources Committee presents Canada’s Mining Capabilities – Your Guide to Canada’s Natural Resources Network in the Asia Pacific.
Canada is Geographically the second largest country in the world. Its diversified geological terrains provide a rich variety of mineral resources. Canada currently produces 60 minerals and metals. It is the world’s leader in the produces 60 minerals and metals. It if the world’s leader in the production of potash, and is a major producer of primary aluminum, cobalt, diamonds, molybdenum, nickel, platinum group metals, salt, titanium concentrate, tungsten, uranium, and zinc. In addition, mineral exploration has diversified in recent years, leading to increased interest in commodities such as rare earth elements, graphite, chromite, and coal, adding to Canada’s already considerable list of promising prospective targets.
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