1 edition of Water power in the mining industry of Canada. found in the catalog.
Water power in the mining industry of Canada.
by Department of the Interior, Canada, Dominion Water Power Branch in Ottawa
Written in English
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In any event, there are many diverse actors who can contribute to solving the problem of unethical mining, and we will need all their efforts, including my colleagues. Water is one of the most valuable resources in the world and is vital to all known forms of life.
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