Nunavut – 10 Years of Progress

Tue, Apr 21, 2009
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Progressive Regulatory Framework Now in Place for Resource Exploration and Development

Vancouver, BC – Dig Media Inc. is pleased to acknowledge the progress that the Territory of Nunavut has made in the first ten years since being formed.  In April, 1999 Nunavut became a separate territory in Northern Canada.  Dig Media would like to acknowledge the progress Nunavut has made in making the territory a good place for resource exploration and development.

Part of the celebration of the 10 year anniversary included Honourable Peter Taptuna, Nunavut’s Deputy Premier and Minister Responsible for Mines presenting at the Nunavut Mining Symposium in Vancouver on April 15, 2009.  For coverage of the Symposium including a video of the Minister’s speech, see the article titled “Nunavut – 10 Years of Progress” on  The Symposium was sponsored by a broad spectrum of resource exploration and development companies operating in Nunavut exploring for a variety of minerals including gold, diamonds, uranium and platinum.

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