NEW YORK Northcliff Resources Ltd. has signed a process agreement with the Woodstock First Nation regarding the Sisson tungsten-molybdenum project in central New Brunswick, Canada.
The agreement provides a framework for the two parties to negotiate a cooperation agreement and work together on community consultation efforts.
"There is a great deal that our membership needs to learn about with respect to both the potential impacts and benefits of this project, and through this process agreement we hope to become better informed about the Sisson Project," Woodstock First Nation Chief Len Tomah Jr. said in a statement.
The Vancouver, British Columbia-based company recently signed an environmental assessment review and capacity funding agreement with St. Marys First Nation, Woodstock First Nation and the Assembly of First Nations Chiefs (amm.com, June 21).
The Sisson project is within Maliseet traditional territory and about 31 miles from Woodstock First Nations reserve.