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Seventy-five percent of all mining companies are headquatered in Canada, and this century’s global scramble for metals and minerals has led hundreds of Canadian mining corporations to Africa in search of the next big mine find. Home to some of the world’s financial poorest, Africans live on or beside mines that generate billions of dollars in profit each year. Many of these mines are financed, in part, by ordinary people paying taxes, putting away savings, making RRSP contributions and paying into pension plans in Canada. But who gets rich off Canadian mines?

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