Canada’s most recent federal budget proposed up to $3.8B over eight years to implement the country’s first Critical Minerals Strategy. Are we ready to rise to the occasion?
For many in the industry, we should be. There’s a growing push to make Canada a more attractive destination for critical minerals investment, especially as net-zero looms on the horizon. Why? For one thing, minerals such as lithium are expected to triple in demand by 2025, according to a recent Credit Suisse forecast. Generally, this video will discuss how Canada’s commitment to domestic critical mineral projects – as well as the federal government’s desire to have Canada be a go-to-market for critical minerals – may interact with the Investment Canada Act’s national security review process.