A plan for protecting Canada's global advantage in mining

Whether the TMX and the London Stock Exchange should be permitted to merge is debatable. What is not is that the maintenance of Canada’s leadership in mining requires a long-term strategic partnership led by industry but supported by creative government policy.

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According to the Mining Association of Canada, the prosperity of approximately one in eight Canadians is tied to the resource sector.
John Gruetzner
Published: Thursday, 04/07/2011 12:00 am EDT

Industry Canada is in the process of deciding whether to approve the proposed merger between the TMX and the LSE. The measurement is whether the deal will result in a net benefit to Canada or not.

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