Entrepreneurial spirit of the Tahltan booms in BC - Northern Miner, 12/5/2016
Likely Chamber of Commerce votes no to Mount Polley Mine discharge into Quesnel Lake - Williams Lake Tribune, 12/9/2016
Mount Polley brings new cause for concern - Prince George Citizen, 12/13/2016
Federal environmental review panel hears system must be improved - The Northern View, 12/14/2016
As the oil-sands industry declines, its biggest champion bolts - The Wall Street Journal, 12/19/2016
Alaska, British Columbia detail transboundary mine pact - Coast Alaska Radio, 12/21/16
B.C. developing remediation plan for Tulsequah Chief mine - Yukon News, 12/23/2016
Over $350-million spent to clean up abandoned mine in Yukon and not an inch has been remediated - National Post, 12/25/2016
Innovation in mining could lead to less environmental impact - Vancouver Sun, 12/27/2016
Southeast Alaskans ask Canada to strengthen its environmental laws - DeSmog Canada, 12/28/2016
Southeast’s top 2016 stories: Ferries, elections, forests, rivers - KTOO, 12/28/2016
Bilateral work group to improve AK-BC mining oversight - Wrangell Sentinel, 12/29/2016
SALMON BEYOND BORDERS is a campaign driven by sport and commercial fishermen, community leaders, tourism and recreation business owners and concerned citizens, in collaboration with Tribes and First Nations, united across the Alaska/British Columbia border to defend and sustain our transboundary rivers, jobs and way of life.
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