Updated: Feb 16, 2022
Environmental groups, including Rivers Without Borders, and the Southeast Alaska Indigenous Transboundary Commission continue to pressure the government of B.C. to follow through with preliminary plans to clean up and close down the long polluting Tulsequah Chief mine in the Taku watershed.
A recent article in the Cordova Times describes the complex history of the mine, and resulting legal issues, and also calls out the inadequacies of B.C.’s mining laws, and lack of transparency when it comes to how their remediation plan will unfold.
Read the full article here.