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Critical Minerals Mining in British Columbia: Industry sentiment and recommendations

The global clean energy transition is fundamentally changing the mining industry with critical minerals mining playing an increasingly pivotal role: power grids continue to integrate renewable energy production while manufacturers introduce new technologies to decarbonize their operations. As a result, governments are reevaluating the strategic importance of critical minerals in their supply chains and their economies overall.

The TMX dual growth marketplace, comprising TSX and TSXV, is home to over 250 critical minerals mining companies that underpin the supply of numerous organizations. In keeping with our commitment to make markets better and empower bold ideas, TMX worked with these issuers to understand their perspectives concerning critical minerals mining policy, with the intent to inform the development of the upcoming B.C. Critical Minerals Strategy. Based on this input, TMX has developed and shared recommendations that, if adopted, would deliver benefits to the mining industry, and to the broader Canadian economy.

Critical Minerals Mining in British Columbia: Industry sentiment and recommendations

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