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TCG Update Meeting at the Red Chris Mine site

TCG Update Meeting at the Red Chris Mine site

This is the fifth location for our Update Meeting tour of 2016 taking place at the Red Chris Mine site. I hope all Tahltan employed persons join us to stay informed on our nations governance issues. We have scheduled the meetings to coincide with each shift. Please...
Red Chris sixth mine to open in B.C. since June 2011

Red Chris sixth mine to open in B.C. since June 2011

VICTORIA – Red Chris Gold and Copper Mine, situated on one of the largest and highest-quality copper and gold deposits in the world, will soon be in full production – providing family-supporting jobs and economic benefits for First Nations and all British...
Red Chris Agreement referendum – the results are in!

Red Chris Agreement referendum – the results are in!

Tahltan Central Council is pleased to announce that members have voted to accept a Co-Management Agreement with the Red Chris mine. Thank you to everyone that voted! 86.9% of voters said they supported the Agreement, 12.9% voted against it. We look forward to working...
We are all sad to hear the news of Jackie Tashoots today…

We are all sad to hear the news of Jackie Tashoots today…

We are all sad to hear the news of Jackie Tashoots today, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family. Out of respect for the Tashoots family, the Tahltan Central Council, Iskut Band and Tahltan Band offices will be closed tomorrow (April 16). The offices will...

Community Engagement Meeting: Our Land/Our Water

Environmental Management Act (EMA) Permit for the Red Chris Project The Red Chris mine is currently operating with a temporary environmental permit — the EMA permit application for the project is now underway. This permit will dictate how they operate and how they...
I have questions about the tailings pond and liners!

I have questions about the tailings pond and liners!

What is a liner and where does it go? At a mine, liners may be used beneath tailings impoundments, heap leach pads, water reservoirs, rock piles, or wherever the mine needs to control seepage to the ground. At Red Chris, a liner would limit or control the movement of...