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Company puts its Tulsequah mine on hold

Redfern Resources Corp. announced it is putting the proposed Tulsequah Chief mine northeast of Juneau on hold, pending further mineral exploration. In its current state, the mine cannot be financed, according...

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B.C. mine wins OK

The government of British Columbia said today it has approved the proposed Tulsequah Chief Mine 40 miles northeast of Juneau and 60 miles south of Atlin in northwestern B.C. Related Link: For more on the Internet...

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Exploratory drilling wraps up

A survey to determine how much the mineral deposits are worth in British Columbia's proposed Tulsequah Chief Mine is nearly finished, mine officials said Tuesday. Sound off on the important issues at "We are completing the feasibility...

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Canada says no to Juneau forum on mine

Canadian environmental regulators have declined to attend a public forum in Juneau on the proposed Tulsequah Chief multi-metal mine in the Taku River watershed. Juneau Mayor Bruce Botelho invited Canadian and U.S. regulators and mine and...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/110904/loc_20041109002.shtml
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Taku River proposed as access to mine

JUNEAU - The Canadian company Redcorp plans to use the Taku River for primary access to its proposed Tulsequah Chief mine, about 40 miles northeast of Juneau, according to a company feasibility study announced Monday. Sound off on the important...

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EPA seeks more answers on mine

...activists have also forwarded new critiques of the proposed Tulsequah Chief multi-metal mine to the Canadian federal government...Polaris Mine, which could be accessed from the proposed Tulsequah Chief road. But the EPA officials raised other concerns...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071604/loc_answers.shtml
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Juneau officials still talking to Canadians about mine forum

...officials haven't given up hope that Canadian government officials will attend a public forum in Juneau on the proposed Tulsequah Chief mine next Tuesday. "We're still talking to them," said the city's Special Projects Officer Maria Gladziszewski...

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Alaska Digest

...Nation in British Columbia and the Douglas Indian Association in Juneau issued a joint statement against the proposed Tulsequah Chief mine on Thursday. Representatives for two tribes met for three hours on Tuesday in Juneau before attending a...

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Taku salmon will not be put at risk

...express his opinion that former Gov. Murkowski's permitting changes will put the Taku River at risk from the proposed Tulsequah Chief Mine. Sound off on the important issues at Cadmus implies that because the Habitat Division was moved, the...

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Opinion
Empire editorial: Time to speak out on Tulsequah Chief Mine

...officials to catch up to the locals and start howling about a Canadian proposal that threatens Southeast Alaska. The proposed Tulsequah Chief Mine, in the Canadian reaches of the Taku River watershed, is moving toward approval by Canadian officials...

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