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Canadian Facts and Trivia - THE LAND
The mineral abundance of Ontario’s Nickel Belt is in large part due to a massive impact, either from a meteor or comet, that happened around 1.8 billion years ago. It punched through the Earth’s crust to allow the mineral-rich mantle below to surge upward.

The resulting crater, the second largest on Earth, became the Sudbury Basin, and today is home to numerous mines.