While we wait for the federal budget on Tuesday, Biden and Trudeau did reaffirm earlier committments to ensure North America can develop its own critical minerals pipeline and reduce reliance on China.
"The White House and the Prime Minister's Office announced that companies from both countries will be eligible this spring for money from a $250 million US fund.
Which Canadian companies? The leaders didn't say. Canadian officials have provided the U.S. with a list of at least 70 projects that could warrant U.S. funding."
As I've posted about before, Schaft Creek (and Galore) is designated as an Advanced Project by NRCan on its map of critical minerals projects:
Between the soon-to-be-announced tax breaks of 30%, promises of streamlining the permitting at federal and provinical levels, and now this US Military fund that Canadian companies will be eligible for, I'm hard pressed to imagine a better time to advance projects and monetize them.
Now, if our management would only take action. Can EE not be happy after the meta data that will land in the next few months? Take the $ and advance the other properties and reap the rewards, which will still take time to do with coffers full.