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Economic Impacts of Exploration Projects on Indigenous Communities

This study by PDAC does a deeper dive into the exploration phase of the mineral development sequence and aims to educate exploration companies and other stakeholders about steps they can take to help ensure that Indigenous communities and businesses can participate fruitfully.

Economic Impacts of Exploration Projects on Indigenous Communities

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