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'Maturing' Golden Triangle has room for consolidation, BC Mining Alliance hears

Resource exploration and mining in Canada’s westernmost province of British Columbia have radically evolved in the past few decades as the province has moved from a patchwork of colonial-era regulations that largely excluded Indigenous people from the economic activity, to being crowned a top-tier investment destination in the eyes of major mining houses, a panel hosted by the BC Regional Mining Alliance (BCRMA) heard this week.

'Maturing' Golden Triangle has room for consolidation, BC Mining Alliance hears 'Maturing' Golden Triangle has room for consolidation, BC Mining Alliance hears 'Maturing' Golden Triangle has room for consolidation, BC Mining Alliance hears 'Maturing' Golden Triangle has room for consolidation, BC Mining Alliance hears 'Maturing' Golden Triangle has room for consolidation, BC Mining Alliance hears

Newcrest's ambitions to unlock the top-tier potential inherent in the Red Chris gold-copper mine, in northern BC, stands as a poignant reminder of the region's massive resource potential

Last year, when Australia-based major Newcrest Mining announced it would buy a 70% interest in Imperial Metals' Red Chris mine, CEO Sandeep Biswas called BC a tier-one jurisdiction.