Owner of Acid-leaking Tulsequah Chief Mine Goes into Receivership - DeSmog Canada, 9/8/2016
Tulsequah Chief owner pushed into receivership; environmental issues remain - Vancouver Sun, 9/8/2016
Alaska Delegation Urges State Department to Focus on Transboundary Issues - YourAlaskaLink, 9/9/2016
Alaska’s congressional delegation pens letter to State Department on transboundary mining - KSTK, 9/9/2016
AK delegation: State Department failing to address transboundary mines - Juneau Empire, 9/10/2016
U.S. State Department Again Urged to Focus on Transboundary Issues - SitNews, 9/12/2016
Owners of B.C.'s Tulsequah Chief mine site pushed into receivership - CBC News North, 9/13/2016
Transboundary mine developer shutting down - Alaska Public Media, 9/14/2016
Immediate Review of B.C. Mining Safety Demanded by Alaska Native Leaders - Alaska Native News, 9/14/2016
My Turn: What happens in Canada doesn't stay in Canada - Juneau Empire, 9/16/2016
Native leaders call for federal involvement on transboundary mining - KTOO, 9/16/2016
Two years and change: Government and industry code changes mark two-year anniversary of Mount Polley, but public not ready to forgive - Canadian Institute of Mining Magazine, Sept./Oct. 2016
Open Letter: Transboundary mining concerns - SitNews, 9/26/2016
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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