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Yukon should match mining potential with better policy to attract investment

The territory's mining sector tends to pay above-average wages.

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Nunavut’s policy perception is hampering mining potential

In terms of policy factors alone, the territory now ranks 55th out of 62 jurisdictions.

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Mining investors remain worried about Yukon’s disputed land claims

The territory ranked among the world's top 10 most-attractive mining jurisdictions.

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Newfoundland and Labrador can leverage mining potential during COVID recovery

Capital is mobile and will flow to jurisdictions with sound regulatory regimes and competitive fiscal policies.

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Policy uncertainty continues to hurt Canada’s mining industry

Fully 78 per cent of survey respondents cited disputed land claims as deterrents to investment in B.C.

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Canada’s North shows great promise for mining but policy reforms are crucial

All three territories improved their rank in this year's survey.