Project-development company Fortune Minerals on Thursday provided clarification on its access to its proposed openpit coal mine, which local First Nations use to travel to traditional hunting camps, saying misinformation is circulating. Fortune investor relations manager Troy Nazarewicz told Mining Weekly Online the Arctos anthracite project’s 2013 summer field programme was being undertaken from a fly-in camp that opened on July 2, and which was now fully operational, using helicopters to fly staff and equipment to the site.
Misinformation circulating regarding BC roadblock – Fortune Minerals
September 5, 2013 by Leave a Comment
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