Ring of fire ConcernsSeems like a big war brewing about the location of the smelter (s). Seems everybody wants it. One day the world will wake up and the desire for our Noront shares will be equally heated. In this article at the bottom it mentions :
"Gravelle was unavailable to provide comment on Hobb’s statements Thursday afternoon, but a news conference is now scheduled for Friday morning in
By Scott Paradis, tbnewswatch.com
Thunder Bay Mayor Keith Hobbs
Mayor Keith Hobbs reacted to comments made by MPP Michael Gravelle (Lib.,
"While I can take my hat off and speak as the MPP for Thunder Bay – Superior North, and would be delighted indeed if that location (for the processing facility) was in my riding, I think what's most important ultimately is that we see the benefits come to all parts of Northern Ontario,” Gravelle said.
As for the location of a possible Ontario-based refinery for the Ring of Fire, Gravelle said “there are some locations that simply make more sense than others related to the availability of infrastructure that's in place.”
“Mr. Gravelle is hinting that the Ring of Fire process centre won’t be in
“He is the minster of northern development and mines, but more importantly he’s the MPP for the
He added that he believes the First Nations shareholders are being ignored somewhat and that those communities should have a say as to where a refinery for the Ring of Fire should be situated.
“I definitely want that processor in
Gravelle was unavailable to provide comment on Hobb’s statements Thursday afternoon, but a news conference is now scheduled for Friday morning in