The gold rush is over, and we have plenty of options.
In a new study by the Fraser Institute, it says mining companies in Canada are now “finally” producing a Canadian gold rush.
They’re doing it at the expense of other sectors and countries, like the U.S., the U .
K. and Australia.
The Fraser Institute’s study finds that since 2012, mining companies have been able to get around mining laws that prohibit foreign ownership of a majority of Canadian mineral rights, and have also been able circumvent restrictions on foreign ownership in the country’s energy sector, where companies have access to vast amounts of water and other natural resources.
“This means that there is now a global appetite for minerals in Canada,” says the report.
The report also says mining giants are now selling off their Canadian mining assets, and are turning to new markets, including the U, U.K. or Australia.
“This trend reflects the need for new and innovative ways of managing mining assets in Canada, which has been increasingly impacted by the rapid growth in the value of minerals in Asia and the Pacific,” the report says.
The Fraser Institute has called for more mining regulation and protection, as well as more restrictions on the export of minerals.
The mining industry has been on the receiving end of criticism since its inception, with the mining of a portion of Canada’s northern territory, the Yukon, becoming a major source of environmental damage, with environmental advocates calling the industry’s mining operations polluting the environment and polluting waterways.
The country’s mining industry was founded by John D. Rockefeller, who used the name of his investment firm, Standard Oil of Canada, in order to build up the gold rush, with a plan to mine gold and silver in Canada.
The company, which went bankrupt in the 1970s, was acquired by Standard Oil in the late 1990s.
The U.N. International Labour Organization has also accused the Canadian mining industry of mining a disproportionate share of Canada in the extraction of gold and copper, and has called on governments to protect indigenous people from mining.