A Canadian mining company should pledge to clean up the Tulsequah Chief Mine, provide a transportation plan, and prove it’s financially sound before getting mineral rights to the defunct mine at the headwaters of the Taku River. Those are the requirements the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, commercial fishing groups and the Douglas Indian Association would like putting on Chieftain Metals. But the British Columbia government makes the decision.
Rosemarie Alexander, KTOO – Juneau
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