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Manitoba is home to several active mines that produce such valuable metals as nickel, copper, zinc and gold. And according to Manitoba’s Mineral Resources, the province produces 100 per cent of Canada's cesium, lithium and tantalum—minerals used in such things as electronics, specialized batteries and jet engine components. In a move to encourage new development, the provincial government recently lowered the mining tax rate and created mineral exploration incentive programs.
Recent Manitoba articles
New large geophysical targets to be tested for copper-zinc mineralization
Adjusting to sustainable energies need not be tough for those who have spent their careers in oil and gas. Many of their skills are transferrable.by Elizabeth James
BBE Hydro Constructors is using two Legacy fabric structures on the remote Keeyask Generating Station project in Manitoba.by submitted by Jim Kumpula
Evolution Wheel conquers flat tires and poor traction in rugged environments, bringing skid steer loaders into a new generation of “go anywhere and do anything”by Jessica Kirby
Vale get top nod for 2015 TSM Excellence Awards.
Milestone celebrated 3,600 feet underground in T3/1D Mine.
The project start date for the new mine is 2017.
The Lalor and Reed mines, are officially open and are expected to create 373 permanent jobs while injecting millions into the regional economies.
The new Mining Advisory Council is made up of representatives from First Nations, mining companies and the province of Manitoba.by Karen Kornelsen
The Resource Revenue Transparency Working Group's document is now open for public comment after months of hard work.by Karen Kornelsen