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Global Business Reports

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Lina Jafari, Ben Cherrington, Lucrezia Falcidia

Québec Mining 2019 Pre-Release Edition

January 15, 2019

GBR is back in ‘La Belle Province’ to provide a first-hand account of the current mining landscape in a world-class jurisdiction with unique institutional support. Québec hosts a diverse portfolio of minerals and metals that are playing a key role in the move towards green energy and the booming battery electric vehicles market, in addition to significant precious metals reserves and high grade iron ore from the Labrador Trough. As Eldorado Gold and Osisko Mining ramp up development at Québec’s next gold mines, a host of juniors look for the next discovery of significance, spurred on by the federal government’s decision to renew the mineral exploration tax credit (METC) until 2024. Parallel to this, a burgeoning Montréal tech community is working in collaboration with its international counterparts to develop solutions that are transforming processing technology, allowing companies to identify new deposits, and enhancing mine safety in jurisdictions across the globe.

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Pioneers in the discovery of world-class gold deposits in the James Bay region, Sirios has discovered numerous showings in Nord-du-Québec and Eastern Canada.
Cartier Resources is a junior gold exploration company focused on the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec.
New Millennium Iron Corp. (NML) has actively explored properties in Canada's Labrador Trough and is now at the development stage.
Osisko is a mineral exploration company focused on the acquisition, exploration, and development of precious metals, with the main focus being on gold.

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