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|52 Week Range||0.2800 - 0.4600|
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Canada's benchmark stock index rose marginally on Monday aided by gains in commodity-linked stocks but investors remained wary of big bets ahead of domestic consumer inflation data later this week and concerns over the U.S. debt ceiling deadlock. At 10:13 a.m. ET (14:13 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index was up 24.8 points, or 0.12%, at 20,444.42. Over the weekend, U.S. President Joe Biden said he expects to meet with congressional leaders on Tuesday for talks on a plan to raise the nation's debt limit and avoid a catastrophic default.
Canada's main stock index opened slightly higher on Monday aided by gains in materials and energy stocks, ...
Canada's Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd on Monday raised doubts about its ability to continue as a going concern if the company is unable to raise the necessary capital for the Pebble copper and gold mining project in Alaska. that it is in process of exploring and evaluating the Pebble project and has not yet determined whether the project contains mineral reserves that are economically recoverable. Former U.S. President Barack Obama opposed the project, and his successor Donald Trump ultimately did, too, after deciding it was too risky.
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to take steps on Tuesday to block Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd's proposed Pebble copper and gold mining project in Alaska by preventing the company from storing mine waste in the state's vast watershed. The move, which had been expected, would be the second in less than a week by President Joe Biden's administration against a proposed domestic source of copper, with officials increasingly calling for the protection of sensitive ecologies even if they contain metals needed for the green energy transition. The proposed Pebble mine, which would tap one of the world's largest copper and gold deposits, would have "unacceptable and adverse effects on certain salmon fishery areas" in Alaska's Bristol Bay, the agency plans to announce on Tuesday in a step known as a final determination under the U.S. Clean Water Act.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to block Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd's proposed Pebble copper and gold mining project in Alaska by preventing the company from storing mine waste in the region's vast watershed. The proposed mine would have an "unacceptable and adverse effects on certain salmon fishery areas" in Alaska's Bristol Bay, the agency plans to announce on Tuesday.
The United States' top environmental non-profit and a regional land trust have raised $20 million to permanently protect 44,000 acres at an Alaskan watershed, that could be another major roadblock for a controversial proposed mine. The proposed Pebble Mine, being developed by a unit of Canada-based Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd, has been through a roller coaster of regulations for the past 15 years. The Conservation Fund and Bristol Bay Heritage Land Trust said on Thursday they hit the goal of their fundraiser announced over a year ago, after Pedro Bay Corp, an Alaska Native village corporation, voted to let the Fund buy three conservation easements.
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