In a July 14 statement, the Vancouver-based company’s lead director Andrew H.Rees apologized for the company’s previous relationship with TCG and announced that they signed a Communications and Engagement Agreement on July 9, which also recognized the Aboriginal title and rights of the Tahltan over their territory, among other terms.
However entering into a communications agreement does not mean that the First Nation has given consent to Doubleview’s projects on Tahltan territory yet.
Mineral exploration company Doubleview Gold Corp. entered into a communications agreement with the Tahltan Central Government (TCG) in July after a longstanding dispute. In a July 14 statement, the Va...
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ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY! TAHLTAN STEWARDSHIP INITIATIVE (TSI) INFORMATION SESSION
Join us on Monday from 6 - 8PM to learn more about the TSI and how it supports the Tahltan Nation to assert self-determination and fulfillment of our inherent stewardship responsibilities for Tahltan Territory. Come to our Zoom information session to hear about what is planned for this important project. Bring your questions, we want to hear from you!