The top mining regions are always investigated and published by the Fraser Institute, covering the mineral and political background. Things like permitting processes are also included. In 2020, Nevada was still on the winner's podium, but in 2021 it's only good enough, but still good enough for third place. In second place in 2021 is now Saskatchewan (previously third) in Canada. Nevada is followed by Alaska, Arizona, Quebec, Idaho, Morocco, Yukon and South Australia. In addition, there are excellent mining areas that end up further down the rankings because there may be risks there.
The mining regions at the bottom of the list include Venezuela, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Panama and Argentina. Large differences also exist, for example, in the duration of the approval process. In Manitoba, it is said to take 24 months, while in other regions it often works out in six months. Permits worked fastest in Quebec, where required permits were often issued in two months or less. Overall, in most Canadian territories and provinces, companies received necessary permits within six months. Canada in itself is a mining-friendly country. Osisko Gold Royalties - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtYSi4SouAE&t=5s - operates there, for example. As a licensing and streaming company, the company scores with a large portfolio of holdings, more than 135 in number.
Likewise, with diversification and more than 190 holdings in the Americas, Gold Royalty - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omgImsRwJX8&t=3s - can make for a lucrative part in an equity portfolio. Nevada, Quebec and Ontario are particularly strong holdings for Gold Royalty.
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