Canadian budget contains $21 billion for clean technologies and critical minerals

Ottawa plans to spend $21 billion over five years on clean technology in one of the main platforms affecting the mining industry contained in Tuesday’s annual federal budget. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said the amount, including a 30% investment tax credit to boost clean-tech manufacturing, especially in the electric vehicle (EV) supply chain, could expand […]

Mining Industry’s Role in Global Critical Minerals Supply Chain Prioritized in Budget 2023

Ottawa – Today, the federal government has recognized the minerals and metals industry’s central role in enabling the transition to a net zero economy and building Canada’s future economy. “Without mining, there are no electric vehicles, no clean power from wind farms, solar panels or nuclear energy, and no transmission lines,” stated Pierre Gratton, the Mining […]

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