Developing a stable domestic battery supply chain in Canada

    Examining the potential for battery metals exploration and innovation within Canada, this eBook will detail the efforts of Canada to strengthen its domestic supply chains in the battery and green technology markets.

    2022 has signalled the start of a new direction for Canada’s economy, with the launch of the country’s first Critical Minerals Strategy in April. In response to the increasing demand for battery metals and materials for use in green technologies and the consequential urgency for a strong domestic supply chain, the strategy outlines investments to enhance the capabilities of Canada’s mining industry. The aim of the strategy is to elevate each stage of the development process and, in turn, secure Canada as a global leader in the production of battery metals and as a solid link in the critical minerals value chain.

    Welcoming major investment in Canada

    Increasing investment opportunities in the country, in line with favourable policies such as a decrease in business costs, has seen various developments in the country from major players in the EV and battery markets. For example, LG Energy Solution Ltd. and Stellantis N.V. are constructing Ontario’s first large-scale electric vehicle battery manufacturing plant in Windsor.

    This comprehensive eBook, featuring insightful discourse from key government leaders and experts in the field, will explore how and why Canada is striving to improve its domestic supply chains in the EV and battery market and become globally recognised as a key industry player.

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