Les Leyne: Bellringer, MLAs at odds over mining - Times Colonist, 6/9/16
Cost of Abandoned, Contaminated Mine Sites in B.C. $508 Million, Up 83 Per Cent Since 2014 - DeSmog Canada, 6/10/16
Selenium levels in fish raise concerns about pollution from Red Chris mine - The Globe and Mail, 6/12/16
Alaska group raise international concerns in Ottawa over B.C. mine operations - Canadian Press, 6/16/16
Alaskans Find Flaw in B.C. Study Showing Acid Drainage from Abandoned Mine Does Not Affect Fish - DeSmog Canada, 6/17/16
Interior bill provides millions for Southeast - Juneau Empire, 6/19/16
Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett won't run in next provincial election- CBC News, 6/23/2016
BC mining minster won't seek reelection - Juneau Empire, 6/23/16
Mount Polley tailings dam repairs OK'd as gold and copper mine to get back to full business - Vancouver Sun, 6/23/2016
Indigenous leaders unite to protect international watersheds - The Hill Times, 6/27/16
Alaska Natives, environmentalists add to push for action on nearby Canadian mining - Alaska Dispatch News, 6/28/16
My Turn: Red Chris Mine poses great risk - Juneau Empire, 6/28/2016
Alaskan Coalition Calls on U.S. to Investigate B.C. Mines - DeSmog Canada, 6/29/2016
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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