Mining News: Red Chris gets green light from court
Ruling validates owner’s environmental assessment of proposed open-pit copper mine project in northwestern British Columbia
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Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal has set aside a lower court ruling and confirmed a federal environmental assessment of the Red Chris copper-gold project 18 kilometers, or about 11 miles, southeast of the village of Iskut, east of the Alaska Panhandle in Northwest British Columbia, according to proj....
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