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A junior miner will soon be the biggest player in Ontario’s fledgling Ring of Fire mining development, after agreeing to
The largest player in the efforts to develop large-scale mining in Ontario’s Ring of Fire is signalling that it is looking
Mining giant Cliffs Natural Resources' decision to halt work on the largest project in northern Ontario's Ring of Fire region has aroused a sudden interest in the lumbering development. The opposition at Queen's Park pounced to lay blame on the province for the squandered opportunity. While no one denies that Cliffs' move is a game changer, the looming question is whether it's a game ender. Fault will inevitably be assigned: was it that First Nations were "anti-development"? Was the province too slow or too unorganized to act? Or did the miner misjudge how quickly they could put a shovel in the ground? Any attempt to analyze what went wrong, and whether it can be put right, must go far beyond those surface level questions.
TORONTO - A major player in developing the much-touted Ring of Fire project in northern Ontario says it will consider pulling