MOLYBDENUM  () is a metal used as an alloying agent in steel fabrication and in the lubricant industry. In BC, it is mined at ENDAKO, 170 km west of PRINCE GEORGE, one of only two molybdenum mines in Canada. Opened in 1965, the Endako mine was at one time the second-largest producer in the world. Molybdenum is or has been a by-product at some COPPER mines, including Brenda at PEACHLAND, Highland Valley northwest of MERRITT, the ISLAND...

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