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Tahltan Central Council in the News

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Wed. Apr. 2/14

A mining company has been banned from entering Tahltan Nation communities in Northern BC without first asking for permission from leaders.

Wed. Apr. 2/14

A northern B.C. First Nation has banned a mining company from its lands as a bitter fight over a proposed coal mine escalates, again.

Wed. Apr. 2/14

A northern B.C. First Nation has banned a mining company from its lands as a bitter fight over a proposed coal mine escalates, again.

Tue. Apr. 1/14

A mining company has been banned from entering Tahltan Nation communities in Northern BC without first asking for permission from leaders.

Tue. Apr. 1/14

A northern B.C. First Nation has banned a mining company from its lands as a bitter fight over a proposed coal mine escalates, again.

Fri. Mar. 7/14

The proposed Arctos anthracite coal mine in the Sacred Headwaters may be finding it difficult to attract investors and is now resorting to misdirection, according to the Tahltan Central Council.

Thu. Jan. 2/14

PR Associates National Communications, a national public relations and communications agency, and the Tahltan Nation Development Corporation (TNDC) congratulate Bill Adsit, former president and chief executive officer of TNDC, on his recent appointment to the BC Hydro and Power Authority board of directors.

Tue. Dec. 17/13

A remote area of northwest British Columbia considered sacred by aboriginals and resource rich by mining companies has received a reprieve from potential coal-mining activities with a government order that puts new coal tenures on hold for one year.

Tue. Dec. 17/13

The British Columbia provincial government and the First Nation Tahltan Central Council (TCC) on Monday announced in a joint statement an agreement pausing the granting of new coal mining rights in the Tahltan Klappan area for a year.

Mon. Dec. 16/13

A remote area of northwest British Columbia considered sacred by aboriginals and resource rich by mining companies has received a reprieve from potential coal-mining activities with a government order that puts new coal tenures on hold for one year.

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