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...waste and water under a scenario offered to the state by the Canadian company pursuing the project. The idea by Northern Dynasty Mines Inc. has unleashed new debate about the potential copper, gold and molybdenum deposit near Lake Iliamna. The concept...
Fishing businesses decry mine project

...pit 2 miles long and a half-mile wide and over 1,700 feet deep. Bruce Jenkins, chief operating officer of Northern Dynasty Mines Inc. in Anchorage, an American subsidiary of Northern Dynasty Minerals of Vancouver, British Columbia, said Trout...
Native group files suit against lawmaker

...week on a mine-related bill. The bill, co-sponsored by Ramras, would raise hurdles for mine developer Northern Dynasty Mines Inc. by making it illegal to disturb certain salmon streams in the region. Samuel Fortier, an attorney representing...
Fisheries protection proposal generates spirited testimony

...also renews a fierce debate over the potential benefits and dangers of the Pebble Mine project being pursued by Northern Dynasty Mines Inc., an Anchorage-based subsidiary of Northern Dynasty Minerals of Vancouver, British Columbia. Bill proponents...
Drilling shows rich deposits at Pebble Mine

...two years of exploratory drilling, its outer edges have yet to be delineated, Sean Magee, a spokesman for Northern Dynasty Mines Inc., said Friday. The company is an American subsidiary of Northern Dynasty Minerals, a Canadian company developing...
Ramras alleges bribery by mine company Attorney General Talis Colberg containing what he said is information from Dillingham area residents that Northern Dynasty Mines Inc. has paid local officials to support the project. "In conversation after conversation, I heard disturbing...
Miners hear support for Pebble

...conference of the Alaska Miners Association on Friday in Juneau, Phillips warned of numerous threats against Northern Dynasty Mines Inc.'s Pebble Mine, including ballot initiatives that might bring new taxes, a ban on cyanide use and regulatory...
Jewelers refuse to sell gold from Pebble Mine

...are Fortunoff and Leber Jewelers. The five retailers together sold about $2.2 billion in jewelry in 2006. Northern Dynasty Mines Inc., an American subsidiary of Canadian company Northern Dynasty Minerals, is developing the prospect in partnership...


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