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With critical-minerals strategy, Canada seeks to ease development of key cleantech resources

The federal government unveiled a plan Friday intended to make it easier for mining companies to extract the minerals needed for clean technologies like electric vehicles. 

It’s part of a push from Canada, the U.S. and other western countries to ensure a steady supply of the resources, most of which are today produced by China.

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