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Canadian Government to expand northern mapping

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The Canadian government announced plans today to expand its mapping in the northern territories. It looks to use an aeromagnetic mapping in combination with other available data to guide ground-base bedrock mapping. “The survey will help advance the Government of Canada's commitment to the sustainable development of our natural resources,” says a press release. But how is mineral and aggregate mining considered “sustainable?”

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