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Iron and Steel in Canada
Steel Times International 150 Years (2016)
  • Fathi Habashi
Iron production in Canada started in 1733 during the French Regime in Quebec and developed further during the British occupation. Canada did not contribute greatly to iron production but it was in Quebec that the bottom blowing of oxygen in steelmaking was invented which is now used world wide.  
  • Forges Saint-Maurice,
  • Coke blast furnace,
  • Quebec Cartier Mining,
  • Air Liquide
Publication Date
Spring 2016
Matthew Moggridge
Quartz Business Media
Citation Information
Fathi Habashi. "Iron and Steel in Canada" Redhill, Surrey, Great BritainSteel Times International 150 Years (2016) p. 58 - 61
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