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Tahltan Nation worried Red Chris mine will damage Sacred Headwaters

The controversial copper-gold Red Chris mine project looks to be going ahead. It has already faced one Supreme Court case in 2010, now the Tahltan Nation say they're looking at every option to try and stop the development again because of the environmental risks it poses. Anita McPhee is President of the Tahltan Central Council.

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