By Valerie Croft, Fair Planet, Dec. 18, 2019
Take a walk in downtown Toronto and you may not fully realise what’s around you. In the bustle of the city, it takes effort to dodge streetcars, noisy traffic, bikes that rush past and other pedestrians surfacing from underground subway stations. You may not pause to look up. But you should.
At this very moment, buildings throughout Toronto’s financial district are filled with people making decisions that will affect the lives and futures of communities the world over - decisions about where next to extend the far reach of the Canadian mining industry.
Canada is open for business
Over half of the world’s mining companies are headquartered in Canada, and a majority of them right here in Toronto.…