Is Manitoba Ready for Diamonds?

Last year, a geological survey made a promising discovery of diamonds in northern Manitoba. The province should move quickly to enhance the potential for revenue by involving industry partners, First […]
Published on December 18, 2018

Last year, a geological survey made a promising discovery of diamonds in northern Manitoba. The province should move quickly to enhance the potential for revenue by involving industry partners, First Nations and municipalities in the region.

Other areas have fumbled the opportunity such a mine would bring to economic development – the De Beers find in Ontario came to no good end when talks with the Attawapiskat First Nation broke down.

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