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Ring of Fire

Exploration is a necessary part of the mining cycle but it is not benign. Lots of people talk about the potential for mining the Ring of Fire in northern Ontario but how many people have an idea of the environmental footprint of ongoing exploration today?
Ontario has pledged $1 billion for infrastructure development in the province’s Ring of Fire, pressuring Ottawa to cough
Hey Ontario, stop being such a bummer. You’re dragging down the rest of us. That’s the gist of the message coming from the
Ontario and Matawa First Nations have reached a momentous agreement that paves the way for progress in developing the lucrative
The highly touted Ring of Fire mineral belt in Northern Ontario is expected to generate nearly $2 billion in tax revenues
Ontario’s mining minister says Ring of Fire negotiations are “productive and encouraging,” despite a series of setbacks including
Fed up with aboriginal people dependent on taxpayer funding, tired of suicide and poverty and drug addiction on reserves
WEBEQUIE, Ont. — Eric Jacob sprinted to his pickup truck following an abrupt late night call. A seldom-seen shipment of large
Cliffs will suspend indefinitely its Chromite Project in northern Ontario. It's time for all of us to take a deep breath and turn our attention to designing a thoughtful regional strategic environmental assessment so that the ecosystems in this area can be maintained, First Nations respected and industry can finally get the certainty it seeks.
Ontario says it was taken by surprise when it heard Prime Minister Stephen Harper dismiss the development in the Ring of