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In the ten years since the Lac de Gras discovery, Canada has yielded some very high grade diamond deposits. Five of the highest value per tonne deposits in the world are now in Canada, including the three richest in the world. By revenue, Canada is rapidly climbing the world diamond production ranking. From zero production in 1998, Canada has now overtaken Australia and become the world’s sixth largest diamond producer by revenue, accounting for about 6 % of world diamond production by revenue.It is estimated that Canada will be producing approximately 15 million carats per year by 2007, which will be almost 12% of world carat production. Canada’s projected diamond production looks even better by revenue. Based on three mines in Canada, revenue production will peak at about 19% of world diamond production by 2008. With commencement of full production at Diavik in 2003, Canada will be jockeying for third position with South Africa. There are more commercial diamond deposits yet to be confirmed throughout Canada. Canada’s statistics are impressive, but potential exists for these numbers to grow even further. There are other prospective diamond exploration regions in Canada. A few projects have emerged from the first decade or more of diamond exploration in Canada. These projects do not yet host advanced exploration or development stage projects. If all of them were developed, these discoveries could allow Canada to overtake Russia in second place of world revenue production rankings.
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As of this month, Feb 2005, the diamond sector has shown signs of coming out of coma. Moving forward, there are signs the resource sector will continue to show high increase in market caps, specifically in diamond stocks. 2005/2006 can generate major interest in the resource sector.
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15316James, IMO, is making it sound like that’s what Tom wants, or PGD wants, I thinkCayerman-yesterday
15315Yes, u could spin it that way for sure, but my take was that he was trying to asCayerman-yesterday
15314 "Right now I believe we’re undervalued in the market and I think that obviMadDogMike-yesterday
15313James, please tell me where in the article Tom suggests or even mentions or hintCayerman-yesterday
15312Personally I think diamonds are like oil and gas. Falling out of favour as demogMrBigger-yesterday
15311I wonder if JK or WillP will pick up on the take over target suggestion by Tom? james flannigan-yesterday
15310It’s amazing how things change in one day from a statement from the company thatCayerman-yesterday
15309webcache.googleusercontent.comjames flannigan-yesterday
15308IS DENNIS WASHINGTON ON THE MOVE TO BID FOR PGD? Is he doing a DDC style take ojames flannigan-yesterday
15307Well I don't think Tom is not a very good promoter,but its seems clear as djames flannigan-yesterday
15306 Radical Islam aims to cleanse Nigeria of Christians. Western mainstream media tMrBigger-yesterday
15305Nice quote. The emphasis on the 'we can' ....once finalized. Implying MadDogMike2Tuesday
15304“I think 2018 is going to be a big year for Chidliak. The PEA is going to be anTreKewl1Tuesday
15303You are out...even with PGD publicly stating today that they believe they are unMadDogMike-Tuesday
15302Exactly why I’m out....Cayerman-Tuesday
15301Jk thinks another rights offering to take the share float over 550 million? Heyjames flannigan-Tuesday
15300At least the gov't is likely on your side..See link. Agnico EagleNatedog-Monday
15299Depends on how long we live. We might see the next India...which is forecast toMadDogMike-last Saturday
15298Sask AB upgrader government funded look at 2008 and who funded this world booRocket Red-last Saturday
15297Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan was a provincially run government owned compaMadDogMike-last Saturday
15296someday sask gets into production to maybe after the next upswing in diamonds Rocket Red-last Saturday
15295More strip mining then open pit mining. Like Coal mining or oil sands mining..eMadDogMike1last Saturday
15294huge open pit that land there is good for nothing anyways Sask is most likely thRocket Red-last Saturday
15293SGF has only one problem. Gravity. Kind of sucks for them. If only dirt wasn&MadDogMike-last Saturday
15292only one that will produce monster stones is in Sask low grade kimberlite pipesRocket Red-last Saturday
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