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Canada world’s top exploration country for ten years


ccording to Metals Economics Group’s (MEG) Corporate Exploration Strategies (CES), Canada has been the world’s top country for exploration for the last ten years, since overtaking Australia in 2002. Canada’s allocation for 2011 represents 18% of worldwide spending. (Metals Economics Group’s study covers expenditures for precious and base metals, diamonds, uranium, and some industrial minerals.) “Three provinces—Ontario, Quebec, and British Columbia accounted for more than 60% of the $3.1 billion in planned Canadian nonferrous exploration spending in ...


Canada Premiers Popularity


If there were any lingering doubts that Canada is becoming more conservative minded, a new Angus Reid survey on the popularity of premiers should put them to rest. The top three most popular premiers are all conservative in their thinking, with Saskatchewan's Brad Wall coming in at the top of the approval list. Newfoundland and Labrador's Kathy Dunderdale and Alberta's Alison Redford rank number two and three. Canada's least popular premiers, meanwhile, are both Liberals. At the very bottom of the list is Quebec's Jean Charest, with an approval rating of just 26 per cent. Ontario's Dalton ...


Canada is second-happiest country in the world


A well-being survey conducted by Gallup finds Canada to be the second-happiest country in the world. Canada tends to have more of the things that make life better ... some way of getting educated and staying healthy. According to the survey, 69 per cent of Canadians rated their lives as "thriving." Sweden ties with Canada for second place, while Denmark tops the list with 72 per cent of people liking life. Despite being the richest country in the world, the United States finished 12th on the list, with 59 per cent of respondents "thriving." Results are based on face-to-face and phone ...



 
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