Seven Islands, Québec Canada
Watch this informative video to understand
the huge potential in this expanding area for
mining, manufacturing and shipping.
Seven Islands Development Corp. has 5,000 acres of land available in Seven Islands (Sept-Îles), Québec Canada. This land is on the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It has 3 miles of ocean frontage on the gulf, 2 miles of frontage on the pure fresh water Moisie River and three miles of highway frontage. It borders the massive developments now taking place in Seven Islands.
- Canada's second largest port in tonnage shipped
- Presently ships many millions of tons of iron ore, aluminum and other minerals per year
- One of the largest, low cost electric energy producing areas in the world
The general area extending North from Seven Islands is a major world resource for iron ore, where much activity is also now taking place in prospecting, mining and developing Nickel, Copper, Titanium, Apatite and rare earth minerals. The area is also one of the world's largest producers of Aluminum.
This is synergized with 435 miles (700 kilometers) of rail facilities now in place to handle all of this expanding activity running north to the cities of Wabush, Fermont, Labrador City and Schefferville. These minerals are now being shipped to and from the enlarged port facilities of Sept-Îles. With its expanded infrastructure it is now capable of handling almost limitless amounts of mineral wealth from this huge area.