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Aug. 29/14

UNBC Continuing Studies and TransCanada are partnering together to give local community members the opportunity to develop their skillsets to attain gainful employment on future LNG activities in Northern BC.

Aug. 29/14

A group of Tahltan Elders have set up a roadblock on Highway 51 between Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek to limit moose hunting in their territory.

Aug. 28/14

Environment Canada invites the public to participate in two consultation sessions regarding a proposed amendment to the Metal Mining Effluent Regulations (MMER) associated with the proposed KSM Project. The proposed amendment of the MMER would allow the use of portions of two creeks for the disposal of mine tailings form the proposed project.

Aug. 25/14

The Galore Creek Mining Corporation (GCMC) offers bursary awards for Tahltan members pursuing post-secondary education, which includes university and college programs, as well as accredited skills-upgrading programs.

Aug. 20/14

Tahltan members are invited to attend community meetings and dinners to find out about how recent Mount Polley disaster has impacted conversations about the Red Chris mine near Iskut. 

Aug. 20/14

Tahltan Nation Development Corporation is excited to introduce its newest partnership – Tahltan-Pacific, which offers charter flights into Tahltan territory to serve the burgeoning resource sector in northwestern BC. Tahltan-Pacific is a joint venture with Pacific Coastal Airlines, a British Columbia-based airline that has been providing scheduled and charter airplane service to communities throughout the province for over 40 years.

Aug. 19/14

This is an opportunity to identify outstanding youth in our community to travel and participate in a youth panel at the CAMA Conference in Toronto, November 16-18, 2014.