Skeena Resources Limited is proposing the construction, operation and closure of an open-pit gold and silver mine located approximately 135 kilometres south of the Tahltan community of Iskut, British Columbia. The Eskay Creek Revitalization Project would produce up to three million tonnes of ore per year during a 13- to 16-year mine life. The Project is subject to a federal impact assessment process under the Impact Assessment Act and a provincial review under British Columbia’s Environmental Assessment Act.
- The Tahltan Heritage Resources Environmental Assessment Team (THREAT) presented the Tahltan Lands Governance Framework EA Strategy and discussed the Tahltan participation in the Eskay Creek Revitalization Project review
- Representatives from the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO) and the Impact Assessment Agency of Canada (IAAC) talked about the assessment processes
- The Skeena Resources Limited gave an overview of the Eskay Creek Revitalization Project and discuss Tahltan involvement
- General Q&A period at the end of the video