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This U.S. bipartisan bill aims to reduce America’s critical minerals dependency



This won’t be the first time Washington has seen such a proposal. Announced last week, the American Mineral Security Act encourages the development of domestic resources and supply chains to produce minerals considered essential to the country’s well-being. But the chief backer, Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski, acknowledges having introduced similar standalone legislation previously, as well as addressing the topic in a previous energy bill.
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New government promises bold measures to defend a resource-based economy

by Greg Klein

Updated results (seats at dissolution shown in parentheses)

United Conservative Party: 63 seats, 55.2% of the popular vote (25 seats)
New Democratic Party: 24 seats, 32.2% (52 seats)
Alberta Party: 0 seats, 9.2% (3)
Liberal Party: 0 seats, 1% (1)
Independent candidates: 0 seats, 0.5% (3)
Freedom Conservative Party: 0 seats, 0.5% (1)
Progressive Conservative Party: 0 seats, 0% (1)
(One vacant seat at dissolution)



The outcome wasn’t as surprising as last time, when the once-marginal New Democratic Party swept to power in what had long been a moderately conservative one-party province. Yet this was probably Alberta’s most dramatic election since 1935, when a victorious upstart tied to the economic movement known as Social Credit grabbed international attention. Rarely has Western alienation played out so strongly as in this campaign, provoked by Ottawa’s stance on, among other issues, the ongoing war against Canadian resource industries. Foreign interference in the form of U.S. money also came to light, while aspects of the culture wars helped inflame passions.

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‘The Asian century’

East has surpassed West, whether the West knows it or not, says Peter Frankopan

by Greg Klein
East has surpassed West, whether we know it or not, says Peter Frankopan

“Silk roads” can refer to the process of connecting people and cultures
through trade, according to Peter Frankopan’s recently published book.



Less than two years ago tensions along an especially sensitive border area sparked fighting between Chinese and Indian troops. Outside Asia, who knew? “As most of the world focused on the Twitter account of the US president and the circus surrounding Brexit, the threat of the two most populous countries on earth going to war was not just a possibility, it looked like becoming a fact,” writes Peter Frankopan. An uneasy truce eventually stalled hostilities but the West’s ignorance of the wider world remains. That’s both symptom and cause of the West’s decline, the author says.

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Vivian Krause exposes U.S. money and tactics behind Canadian environmentalism

by Greg Klein

This isn’t the kind of Yankee imperialism Canadian protesters typically protest. Powerful American interests pay Canadian environmental activists big, big money—well over half a billion dollars so far—that does nothing for the environment but undermines our economy and national unity. That’s Vivian Krause’s message and, as the pipeline controversy gains intensity, her story’s gaining prominence. But, she argues, Ottawa still shows no intention of using its power to stop this foreign interference.

The money trail begins with huge American backers that include the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, she says.

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Reason over emotion

Resource Works marks five years of fact-based activism

by Greg Klein

One sign of encouragement for British Columbia’s embattled resource industries came in the province’s February throne speech, when the New Democratic Party government declared that B.C.’s “traditional industries—forestry and mining, oil and gas, fisheries and farming, and renewable electricity—power our economy and form the bedrock of our communities.”

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Margaret Lake Diamonds/Arctic Star Exploration move Lac de Gras project to drill-ready status

by Greg Klein | May 6, 2019

Three seasons of state-of-the-art techniques have a Northwest Territories diamond project ready for the rig. The Diagras joint venture of Margaret Lake Diamonds TSXV:DIA and Arctic Star Exploration TSXV:ADD has now undergone geophysical strategies that weren’t used by previous operators but proved successful at Kennady Diamonds’ (TSXV:KDI) Kennady North, another project in the prolific Lac de Gras diamond field. With a permit already in hand, the JV has drilling planned for spring 2020.
Margaret Lake Diamonds Arctic Star Exploration move Lac de Gras project to drill-ready status

Margaret Lake holds the majority share of the 60/40 JV and acts as project operator.

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This diamond’s huge, but is it worth much?

by Greg Klein | April 25, 2019

Thanks partly to new processing gear that’s less likely to break up the stones, Lucara Diamond TSX:LUC keeps pulling record-setting rocks out of its Karowe mine in Botswana. Now the company might have beat its previous record with a 1,758-carat diamond that would be the second-largest of gem quality ever found—if it’s of gem quality.
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