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Jan 16, 2023 | 13:02 1 Article on the CBC today that Justin Trudeau is visiting a rare earth metals processing plant in Saskatoon today but here is the kicker, according to Scott Moe Justin Trudeau didn’t tell the government he was coming. Apparently Justin Trudeau isn’t very interested in good intergovernmental relations with the Saskatchewan Premier!!! Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 16, 2023 | 13:24 2 Maybe it's more of a personal trip prior to investing.
    I think we already invested 5 million in the pilot plant .
    Big opertunity if you know when the subsidies are going to be announced.

    https://www.mining.com/vital-metals-pivots-to-nechalacho-permitting-as-saskatchewan-plant-costs-double/

    "The stock fell to a fresh 12-month low in Sydney on Friday morning at A1.7¢ per share on the news. The stock is down 63% over the past 12 months. The company has a market cap of A$95.5 million"

    Today's value at 2.5 cents au.

    Rocketing!

    Follow the money?
    Last edited by shtferbrains; Jan 16, 2023 at 13:28.
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    jazz's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 14:08 3 The saskatoon plant is trying to extract REE from potash tailings. The quebec plant is a new open pit mine.

    Therefore our plant will get virtue signal only and nothing else.

    Trudeau should have been in cuffs upon touchdown. Reply With Quote

  • fjlip's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 14:13 4 Oh ya, and then some...

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  • Jan 16, 2023 | 15:05 5 He knows he’s not welcome here. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 16, 2023 | 16:06 6 There was talk of extracting lithium from produced water from oil wells. Same idea Chinese have for using a membrane to collect uranium from sea water. Definitely there just a large amount of water needs to pass to get anything substantial. Scavenging tailings reminds me of that picture of gleaners picking the kernels of grain missed during the harvest. Poor buggers starving as it is expending more energy from the pursuit than they stand to gain. All you can hope too much money isn’t pissed away in a strawboard or hemp fibre plant fashion. Might be too late. Reply With Quote
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  • jazz's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 16:13 7 The Quebec mine was approved with 290 conditions. Its smack in the middle of native claim territories who will want a pretty big pound of flesh. Even if the stars align, that mine wont start for a decade.

    Its all just virtue signal and starting a fight with the west. Must be an election coming.
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  • Jan 16, 2023 | 16:17 8
    Quote Originally Posted by jazz View Post
    The Quebec mine was approved with 290 conditions. Its smack in the middle of native claim territories who will want a pretty big pound of flesh. Even if the stars align, that mine wont start for a decade.

    Its all just virtue signal and starting a fight with the west. Must be an election coming.
    So you don't think all this stuff will come together to have everyone in EV's by 2035? Reply With Quote

  • jazz's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 16:32 9
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    So you don't think all this stuff will come together to have everyone in EV's by 2035?
    Oh some people will have EVs alright, but most wont. The ICE fleet is over 2billion. Take 100+ yrs at current production to even think about replacing them.

    The plebs will get public transport and much reduced mobility. Reply With Quote

  • jazz's Avatar Jan 16, 2023 | 20:12 10 Looking good for the environment eh chuck. Only 300,000 more of these needed to stop climate change.

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    Jan 16, 2023 | 23:19 11 If you went to a local meeting and they tried selling you shares in this penny stock scam would you invest?

    Appears no major mining company has any interest at this point.

    But they might if enough government money spins it up.

    All about pushing the share price in mining.
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  • Jan 17, 2023 | 08:14 12 More bitching and complainin from the Canada is a shit hole club?

    Any jobs and investments in EVs, battery technology, rare earth mining and processing, renewables is met by fake concern about the environmental impact? How convenient.

    But when it comes to any oil, gas and coal investments and the environmental impacts the fakers suddenly go silent? LOL Reply With Quote
    Jan 17, 2023 | 08:20 13
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    More bitching and complainin from the Canada is a shit hole club?

    Any jobs and investments in EVs, battery technology, rare earth mining and processing, renewables is met by fake concern about the environmental impact? How convenient.

    But when it comes to any oil, gas and coal investments and the environmental impacts the fakers suddenly go silent? LOL
    Did you even read my initial post Chuck2? Reply With Quote
    Jan 17, 2023 | 08:37 14 Scott Moe has made a living off bad relations with Ottawa. Its just as much his fault as Trudeau's

    Doug Ford has a better relationship by far and the truth is Moe doesn't matter much compared to Doug Ford and Ontario.

    Its just politics on all sides. Reply With Quote
    Jan 17, 2023 | 09:06 15
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckChuck View Post
    Scott Moe has made a living off bad relations with Ottawa. Its just as much his fault as Trudeau's

    Doug Ford has a better relationship by far and the truth is Moe doesn't matter much compared to Doug Ford and Ontario.

    Its just politics on all sides.
    BUT... that's because Ford caved and betrayed the voters that put him in... Moe won't do that. Eastern Canada, if they choose to continue to support PM No Brain, can go F*$k themselves. They should starve and freeze if they don't want the west to be part of the country anymore! Reply With Quote

  • Jan 17, 2023 | 11:11 16
    Quote Originally Posted by shtferbrains View Post
    Maybe it's more of a personal trip prior to investing.
    I think we already invested 5 million in the pilot plant .
    Big opertunity if you know when the subsidies are going to be announced.

    https://www.mining.com/vital-metals-pivots-to-nechalacho-permitting-as-saskatchewan-plant-costs-double/

    "The stock fell to a fresh 12-month low in Sydney on Friday morning at A1.7¢ per share on the news. The stock is down 63% over the past 12 months. The company has a market cap of A$95.5 million"

    Today's value at 2.5 cents au.

    Rocketing!

    Follow the money?
    But don't worry about our government's malinvestment in such green energy schemes. They all turn out to be excellent choices. Such as the UK government investing in an already defunct battery factory.
    https://mailchi.mp/909d4f6e1b1f/brit...3?e=2c28606ca0

    The best part is the reason given for failure is high energy prices caused by the very same green energy that is supposed to be cheaper than everything else, but as usual, can't even provide energy affordably enough to sustain its own build out.
    EROEI isn't high enough to even build the green grid, let alone power society.
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  • Jan 17, 2023 | 13:30 17 Now chuck will be rocking the baby
    Talk about an ironic reason for failure?
    But luckily, if manufacturing done in China , then it’s green!
    Just shows how whacked out all these sorry Chrysters are
    Last edited by caseih; Jan 17, 2023 at 13:33.
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  • Jan 17, 2023 | 13:39 18
    Quote Originally Posted by caseih View Post
    Now chuck will be rocking the baby
    Talk about an ironic reason for failure?
    But luckily, if manufacturing done in China , then it’s green!
    Just shows how whacked out all these sorry Chrysters are
    What a coincidence that the only country that can afford to do manufacturing is China because they have embraced affordable, reliable coal. Instead of what Chuck calls the lowest cost alternatives. Essentially skipping all of Middle steps in the Green revolution in the process of green transitioning to coal.
    Last edited by AlbertaFarmer5; Jan 17, 2023 at 13:48.
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    Jan 18, 2023 | 08:23 19 So Moe was disappointed he wasn't invited to Saskatoon to embrace the opening of a rare earth processing facility.

    Obviously Moe wants to take some of the credit for supporting Canada's transition to domestically sourcing EV battery materials and low carbon energy sources.

    The flat earth climate change deniers must feel betrayed by Moe too. Him wanting to help Trudeau and all.
    Oh shit even Moe wants to be part of the transition. LOL
    Last edited by chuckChuck; Jan 18, 2023 at 08:26.
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