Analysis

Canada looks to avoid branch-plant status amid geopolitical jockeying on critical minerals

E3 Metals mineral permit area. Chris Doornbos, CEO of E3 Metals Corp.
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The demand for critical minerals is “growing at a pace that no one alive has ever seen,” Benchmark Mineral Intelligence’s Simon Moores told a House of Commons committee earlier this year. It was one of six recent meetings on the topic for the Standing Committee on Natural Resources, which last month released its recommendations to overhaul Canada’s critical mineral strategy.

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