Mining, a natural resource of Canada


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Natural Resource of Canada

Who depends on a natural resource of Canada for their survival? Many of our industries. They use and economically exploit our resources and we're okay with that because they provide jobs and stimulate the economy, provided they respect the environment.

They are also encouraged to take care of our resources.

Our national economy depends on the Canadian mining industry. And this includes strip mining, coal mining and even diamond mining.

As a result of this, we have a federal department called Natural Resources Canada, NRCan. It oversees energy, minerals and forestry amongst other industries.

NRCan provides us with a master database of our resources as well, even though the provincial governments regulate companies working withing their borders.

Multiple Earth Science Projects

Suppose you owned a mining company and were concerned about environmental and regulatory requirements.

What issues will you and your staff need to deal with? There are many, and it can be overwhelming. We will start simple.

Where is the mining equipment located? That makes relatively little difference, as the site operations, the planet temperatures, the environment and the atmosphere earth has could be similarly affected regardless of geography. The nature of the air and water emissions may depend on the location, though.

Fortunately groups of environmental consultants with the versatility to work on these mining jobs worldwide are available. And they can specially fit a solution to pollution, your resource conservation and your other environmental requirements.

Scheduling and completing projects, though seemingly daunting,

shall remain an achievable goal, as the allocation of employee hours and other resources continues to be flexible.

Ever heard of the canary in the coal mine. Air quality experts make it an outstanding unit and the mining company benefits greatly. So does any geological being dealt with.

Serve the natural resource of Canada

Get a Job. Have a look at the jobs in mining, engineering and consulting listed on the right, while additional environmental jobs in Canada can be found through the Stuff in the Air Environmental Health and Safety Jobs webpage.

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