Lingit Latseen

via Market Wire

ATLIN, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – Nov. 28, 2012) – The Taku River Tlingit First Nation (TRTFN), faced with significant concerns about the state of Chieftain Metals’ proposal and negotiations, held a Joint Clan meeting on November 18, 2012 where the Joint Clan Forum rejected the proposed Tulsequah Chief Project.

The Joint Clan Mandate instructs TRTFN Leadership to “take all steps necessary to ensure that the Tulsequah Chief project, as currently proposed, is not developed on Taku River Tlingit Territory.”

The consensus decision was made based on numerous shortcomings, including Chieftain’s failure to maintain a water treatment plant to manage pollution from the original mine site, and its failure to provide a workable feasibility study.

Frustration at the Joint Clan meeting was high while citizens questioned how they could possibly consider approving the proposed project in the face of so little certainty on the requirements of responsible development on…

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I am a Tlingit, born and raised in Tlingit Country, and a proud member of the Tlingit Nation.
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