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Supreme Court Ruling Paves Way For Tahltan's Own Land Case

Without Tahltan consent, and against the clear wishes that our people have expressed, Fortune Minerals continues to press ahead with its plans to build the Arctos Anthracite open-pit coal mine on Mount Klappan in Tahltan territory. We will continue to work hard for our people and hope both the province and Fortune see that their current approach is not working, and the current path they are on is the wrong one.
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Coal Mine Protest Expects Arrests

ISKUT, B.C. - First Nations protesters in northern B.C., vow not to budge, despite concerns that a mining company may be about to seek an injunction that could force their eviction from a camp outside...
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Some Places on Earth Should Remain Untouched

Areas of Earth that have remained relatively free of industrial development have taken on a special significance. In Canada, they include awe-inspiring landscapes like the Sacred Headwaters in northwestern B.C. But the Sacred Headwaters is not protected under law. It remains at risk from a multitude of proposed mines, railways, transmission lines and other projects that will eviscerate the landscape if approved.