Alaska delegation to visit Mount Polley disaster site, meet company, First Nations - Canadian Press, 5/3/2015
Mount Polley tailings pond spill report - CBC's The National, 5/6/2015
Tribes, fishermen warn about Canadian mines - King 5, 5/6/2015
Off the Map, Off the Grid to Explore B.C.’s Threatened Unuk River - Adventure Journal, 5/8/2015
Alaskans tour Mount Polley site in wake of breach - Williams Lake Tribune, 5/8/2015
Editorial: Good neighbours talk to each other - Vancouver Sun, 5/8/2015
Lt. Governor outlines state stake in British Columbia issues - Associated Press, 5/11/2015
Alaska turns up the heat on proposed B.C. Mines - Vancouver Sun, 5/11/2015
AK, B.C. promise more input into mine decisions - Alaska Public Media, 5/13/2015
BC MINES: Water quality is key - Cordova Times, 5/15/2015
Good neighbours - The Citizen, 5/27/2015
Red Chris Mine waits for permit - Stikine River Radio, 5/29/2015
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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