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socio-economic implications of gold mine closure in the Yellowknife region.

Marcel St. Pierre

socio-economic implications of gold mine closure in the Yellowknife region.

by Marcel St. Pierre

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Published by Regional Planning and Manpower Section, Economic Staff Group, Northern Economic Development Branch, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Yellowknife, N.W.T. -- Economic conditions,
  • Gold mines and mining -- Northwest Territories, Canada -- Yellowknife,
  • Economic forecasting

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title: North of 60.

    Other titlesNorth of sixty
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 65 leaves. ;
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18853628M

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      Going back even further, it started with the Klondike gold rush in the Yukon in the late s; to over the past 50 years, gold mining in Yellowknife and the development of its hydroelectricity capacity; to the building of the railroad in Hay River for the Pine Point lead-zinc mine in the Northwest Territories; to the present-day mining of. science Laurence C. Smith The World in Four Forces Shaping Civilization's Northern Future. Smith, a UCLA geography professor, explores megatrends through computer model projections to describe "with reasonable scientific credibility, what our world might look like in forty years' time, should things continue as they are now.".


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Rather than learning from this experience, we just dream bigger. We are currently spending millions studying a transmission line from Yellowknife to Saskatchewan that is estimated at $ million, four times the cost of the Deh Cho Bridge.

Speaker, the NWT is a vast, sparsely populated territory. We need to be innovative. Agnico Kivalliq Projects. SOCIO-ECONOMIC MONITORING PROGRAM REPORT. DATE OF SUBMISSION: March SUBMITTED TO: Marie-Pier Beaucage, Superintendent, Communications and C. March 9, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES HANSARDPage ii.

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However, in the developed world mining often takes place in relatively remote regions, and host communities in countries with substantial mining investment (e.g., Australia, Canada, etc.) have increasingly emphasized the need for a more even sharing of the benefits of mining ventures (e.g., O’Faircheallaigh, ).In addition, the environmental costs associated with mining Cited by: ).

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