Creating a new tax credit for large mining projects is the way to move the Ring of Fire forward. That’s what Conservative candidate John Curley is saying about the chromite project. He says enhanced credits will help to balance out the cost of doing business in the north.

He says they face high costs, especially in remote areas like the Ring of Fire. Curley says a new credit for mining projects that large will be beneficial to lower operational costs.

Curley is running against NDP candidate Charlie Angus, Green Party candidate Max Kennedy, and Liberal candidate Todd Lever. The election is set for October 19th.

Full answer from Curley: