The world’s largest mining and mineral exploration trade show continues in Toronto this week amid reports of falling commodity prices and more cautious investors.
Several reports talked about mining and exploration professionals at the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada conference, or PDAC 2015, being forced to weather the storm of uncertainty swirling around their industry.
A TSX-Series Portable Cabin from Alaska Structures® was shown in one report from the Business News Network as a reporter talked about companies trying to find shelter from the storm. The full report is embedded at the bottom of this page.
TSX-Series cabins are rugged fabric structures that provide safe shelter in any climate. With life cycles of more than a decade, these highly portable shelter systems offer great returns on investment and are uniquely suited for standalone use or as part of a 500-person camp system.
With billions of mining and mineral exploration dollars at stake, efforts are being made to do more than weather the storm. The Canadian government is working to remove some of the uncertainty for junior mining and mineral exploration companies. On Sunday, the government unveiled plans to extend tax credits for the juniors by one year. The government expects the credits to increase exploration in Canada and help smaller companies raise capital.
PDAC runs through March 4 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Stop by Booth 1315 to learn more about Alaska Structures fabric buildings, camp systems and technologically advanced 3L™ Raised Floor systems for mining and mineral exploration applications.
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