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Canada must fast-track mineral projects for allies, minister says

Canada must be willing to speed up permitting processes for mineral projects by democratic allies, Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freedland in Washington D.C.

The federal government is trying to enlist provinces in discussions about speeding up regulatory processes.

The federal government is trying to enlist provinces in discussions about speeding up regulatory processes.

Freeland delivered the speech at the Brookings Institution think tank. "Canada must - and will - show similar generosity in fast-tracking, for example, the energy and mineral projects our allies need...

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