2 edition of Public Policy Aspects of Information Exchange in Canadian Mineral Exploration. found in the catalog.
Public Policy Aspects of Information Exchange in Canadian Mineral Exploration.
Queen"s University. Centre For Resource Studies.
|Series||Queen"s University Centre For Resource Studies Working Paper -- 15|
|Contributions||Downing, D., Mackenzie, B.|
Canadian Lead Reserves-to-Production Ratio, 31 Canadian Proven and Probable Reserves of Molybdenum Metal in Ore, 32 Canadian Molybdenum Reserves-to-Production Ratio, 32 Canadian Proven and Probable Reserves of Silver Metal in Ore, 33 Canadian Silver Reserves-to-Production Ratio, mining operations, as well as to attract global talent. • Positive announcements from • Funding for the Canadian Mining Innovation Council’s (CMIC) “Footprints” exploration project. • Renewal of the Geo-mapping for Energy and Minerals (GEM) program. • Canada’s mining industry’s international competitors (e.g.
Journal of Management Policy and Practice vol. 13(5) 81 “Overview of trends in Canadian mineral exploration”. The dependent variable was “exploration and “flow through” exploration expenditures to shareholders in exchange for shares of the company. A.A. Balkema International has recently published Mining in the Arctic, the proceedings of the fifth international symposium, held in Yellowknife in June Topics include the Raglan, Ekati, Polaris and Brewery Creek mines and Diavik and Jericho diamond projects in Canada, the Red Dog mine in Alaska, and work in Russia and Norway.
Backgrounder: Mineral Exploration Tax Credit for Flow-Through Share Investors. From: Department of Finance Canada Backgrounder. Flow-through shares allow resource companies to renounce or "flow through" tax expenses associated with their Canadian exploration activities to investors, who can deduct the expenses in calculating their own taxable income. Mineral markets, green mining, exploration and other aspects of mining in Canada.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Downing, Donald O., Public policy aspects of information exchange in Canadian mineral exploration. Canadian mining assets located abroad, by country Canadian mining assets, by company type Annual variations Use of statistics on Canadian mining assets located abroad.
Overview. A total of 1, Canadian mining and exploration companies had CMAs valued at $ billion ina % increase from $ billion in Most Recent Publications.
Canadian Mining Assets Information Bulletin (published in June ) Map of the Top Mineral Exploration Projects (published in June ) (PDF, KB) Canadian Mining Assets Infographic (published in May ) (PDF, MB) Critical Minerals in Canada Infographic (published in May ) (PDF, MB) Canadian Mineral Production Infographic (published in May.
Mineral exploration plays a key role in ensuring the long-term viability of Canada’s mining industry. It leads to the discovery and development of mineral deposits that may become future mines, creates jobs—often in remote and northern communities—and attracts significant investment.
(4) Mining assets, in this context, are non-current assets, including mineral properties, deferred mineral exploration expenses, and royalties, investments in non-Canadian mining companies and other non-current assets related to mining that can be reconciled geographically.
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is the national organization of the Canadian mining industry. We represent companies involved in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication.
Our member companies account for most of Canada’s output of metals and minerals. While Vancouver features ‘the world’s leading cluster of exploration companies’, Edmonton is home to oil sands expertise, Saskatoon attracts companies dealing in uranium and potash, and Montreal hosts a number of aluminum and iron ore firms: The Mining Association of Canada, ‘Facts and Figures of the Canadian Mining Industry ’, A Guide to Canadian Mining Taxation.
goes to press, two issues are capturing global attention. The first We hope this book will be a helpful summary of the main. features of our current mining tax regime. Readers who require 51 Canadian Exploration Expenses 61 Canadian Development Expenses.
in which mining-related expenses are treated for in-come tax purposes, discuss tax issues of interest to financing of mining in Canada, and provide a synopsis of how foreign activities of Canadian mining compa-nies are treated for tax purposes.
Finally, tax consid-erations relevant to nonresidents investing in Canadian mining will be summarized. Topics range from mineral reserves and exploration to the economics of mineral projects, taxation issues, and marketing and finance. This text is comprised of 27 chapters.
After explaining the distinction between resources and reserves, this book proposes a concept of mineral reserves. The edition of Overview of trends in Canadian mineral exploration is now available.
It is prepared annually by the Canadian Intergovernmental Working Group on the Mineral Industry, and is published by the Minerals and Metals Sector of Natural Resources Canada, based in Ottawa. Public Servants: technical knowledge and policy advice, service providers Political Parties: develop relationships in exchange for political support Media: report information to the public, generate interest, shape public opinion Interest Groups: seek to advance interests of members, can have a major influence- can force policy network to react.
6 OntariO Mining and explOratiOn directOry and resOurce guide O ntario is the place the world turns to for cutting-edge mining re-search, technological advances and competitive financing, all means to stimulate more exploration and foster future mineral discoveries.
As Canada’s leading jurisdiction for. The Canadian minerals and metals industry is a global. business, accounting for $89 billion—or 19%—of.
Canada’s merchandise exports. The U.S. accounts for 55% of this amount, followed by Europe at 22% and. China at 5%. Publicly traded, Canadian-based companies have total mining and exploration assets of $ billion.
Canadian Reporting Standards. International standards for the reporting of Mineral Resources, Mineral Reserves and Exploration Results have been developing at a rapid pace for the past thirty years due to the globalization of the mining industry.
A taxpayer’s “Canadian exploration expenses” consist of expenses to find and assess the quality of mineral resources in Canada and expenses of bringing a mine into production. Such cumulative expenses are put into a pool, and each year the taxpayer may claim as a deduction from income % of the year-end pool balance (net of previous CEE.
In Augustthe federal, provincial and territorial mining ministers called for a Canadian Minerals and Metals Plan (CMMP). Expected to launch inthe CMMP aims to enhance Canada’s competitiveness in the global mining industry and increase opportunities domestically and internationally.
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is the national organization for the Canadian mining industry. Its members account for most of Canada’s production of base and precious metals, uranium, diamonds, metallurgical coal, and mined oil sands, and are actively engaged in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, refining and semi-fabrication.
The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) is the national organization of the Canadian mining industry. We represent companies involved in mineral exploration, mining, smelting, reÞning and semi-fabrication.
Our member companies account for most of CanadaÕs output of metals and minerals. MACÕs functions include advocacy, stewardship and. The Mineral Exploration and Mining Technology program focuses on geology, mining methods, exploration technology, surveying, and computer applications for mining operations and mineral explorations.
Students learn hands-on science and engineering skills, and complete an industry-standard report during the second year of the full-time program - Nationally accredited 2-year. Five mining policy areas to watch under BC’s new government How B.C.
mining policy may shape up under the new provincial government Canadian Mining Journal provides information on new Canadian mining and exploration trends, technologies, mining operations, corporate developments and industry events._____Canadian Mineral Exploration Health & Safety Annual Report /_____ 6 in Review Overall Results The 82 companies reporting on their safety performance reported 4, hours of activity from, down from 5, hours of activity reported by 81 companies in but up from 3, hours reported by Canadian Mining Journal provides information on new Canadian mining and exploration trends, technologies, mining operations, corporate developments and industry events.