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In the ten years since the Lac de Gras discovery, Canada has yielded some very high grade diamond deposits. Five of the highest value per tonne deposits in the world are now in Canada, including the three richest in the world. By revenue, Canada is rapidly climbing the world diamond production ranking. From zero production in 1998, Canada has now overtaken Australia and become the world’s sixth largest diamond producer by revenue, accounting for about 6 % of world diamond production by revenue.It is estimated that Canada will be producing approximately 15 million carats per year by 2007, which will be almost 12% of world carat production. Canada’s projected diamond production looks even better by revenue. Based on three mines in Canada, revenue production will peak at about 19% of world diamond production by 2008. With commencement of full production at Diavik in 2003, Canada will be jockeying for third position with South Africa. There are more commercial diamond deposits yet to be confirmed throughout Canada. Canada’s statistics are impressive, but potential exists for these numbers to grow even further. There are other prospective diamond exploration regions in Canada. A few projects have emerged from the first decade or more of diamond exploration in Canada. These projects do not yet host advanced exploration or development stage projects. If all of them were developed, these discoveries could allow Canada to overtake Russia in second place of world revenue production rankings.
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As of this month, Feb 2005, the diamond sector has shown signs of coming out of coma. Moving forward, there are signs the resource sector will continue to show high increase in market caps, specifically in diamond stocks. 2005/2006 can generate major interest in the resource sector.
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14692DDC's formal process will open up the books for both Washington and all otheMadDogMike-Tuesday
14691The market apparently is just dismissive of the prospect of DDC doing a positiveTaylor Mill-Tuesday
14690So stornoway is the only one who has kept everything hush hush to this point? DMadDogMike-Monday
14689Consolidation Is very likely to happen in the Canadian diamond space UPDATEjames flannigan-Monday
14688My mind is made up I positioned in two take over targets that one might get bougjames flannigan-last Saturday
14687Alrosa and De Beers must love watching the rest of the producers in Canada walk MadDogMike-last Friday
14686For James, it all depends on which name he wrote on his dirty underwear that stiCayerman-last Friday
14685The trend stays intact. Yellowknife to Calgary to Montana basically a geographiMadDogMike-last Friday
14684I thought they were going to buy PGD?? Make up your mind oiltar.MrBigger1last Friday
14683Expecting to hear DDC buys SWY Dominion Diamond strikes back against takeovejames flannigan-last Friday
14682M&A is coming Like Winter is coming. LONG...PGD EKIMMadDogMike-last Thursday
14681No Mike M&A is coming in the Canadian diamond space.LOTs of smoke means firjames flannigan-last Thursday
14680Here is my take. The diamond industry has been talking about M&A for a coupMadDogMike-last Thursday
14679This was the initial rating back in 2015 just before or around the time of the bMadDogMike-last Thursday
14678Link to KDI downgrade to a hold -- KDI downgrade $4 target and a hold rating. MadDogMike-last Thursday
14677SWY could very well prove to be a dud. Expensive streaming agreement and are theMrBigger-last Thursday
14676My guess is the Whale (DDC) will swallow the (Minnow) DDC has a recent currency james flannigan-last Thursday
14675Diamond Corp. (DDC), up 27 cents to $16.83 on 1.44 million shares, revealed thisCayerman-last Thursday
14674Here is the latset Looks like DDC is ready to bid for SWY I guess Dominionjames flannigan-March 22
14673Yeah. DDC is all over the news item...but we haven't heard a peep of anythiMadDogMike-March 22
14672Well no one from either company, is denying the rumour, so maybe, just maybe theCayerman-March 22
14671I wonder if the potential merger with SWY starting in January was so serious andMadDogMike1March 22
14670Agree Mike, and that's exactly why I like trading SWY so much! There are soCayerman-March 22
14669The problem James is that Washington group comes with currency and SWY comes witMadDogMike-March 22
14668My OPEN LETTER to Jim Gowans Sent it today: ATT Mr Gowans The Washington projames flannigan-March 22
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