Mining

— Feb 25, 2020
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Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2019

This year’s Annual Survey of Mining Companies finds that, for the first time in 10 years, no Canadian jurisdiction ranks in the top 10 for “investment attractiveness” according to mining executives and investors.

— Feb 13, 2020
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Managing the Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing, 2020, finds that the actual harm to human welfare from hydraulic fracturing (or fracking) is extremely low, and dispels several myths about fracking and its effects.

— Feb 28, 2019
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Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2018

The Fraser Institute Annual Survey of Mining Companies, 2018, rates 83 jurisdictions around the world based on their geologic attractiveness for minerals and metals and the extent to which government policies encourage or deter exploration and investment. This year, the state of Nevada ranks as the most attractive jurisdiction in the world for mining investment, followed by Western Australia, Saskatchewan (3rd) and Quebec (4th).

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