Kitsault moly mine involved in treaty dispute
Mar 18, 2013 | 01:51 PM
| Daniel Fitzgerald
NEW YORK Avanti Mining Inc. says it has taken extraordinary and unprecedented steps to ensure that its Kitsault molybdenum mine in British Columbia will meet the requirements of the Nisgaa Treaty, despite the initiation of dispute resolution by the Nisgaa Lisims Government.
The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company said March 15 it remains confident that the environmental assessment (EA) process for the Kitsault Mine has been thoroughly and properly conducted and expects a decision from the provincial government in the days ahead. The project was recently referred to the British Columbia government for consideration to approve an EA certificate in what Avanti described as a milestone for the project (amm.com, March 5). ....
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