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Brixton Metals says it intends to work collaboratively with the Taku River Tlingit First Nation and its new plan to protect the Taku River watershed in northwest British Columbia, Kallanish reports. The British Columbia-based mining company’s Camp Creek and Trapper targets at its Thorn copper-gold-silver project lie within the watershed that covers 27,500 square kilometres along the productive salmon stream that flows 54 miles to the Pacific Ocean near Junea…
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