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Entrepreneurial spirit of the Tahltan booms in BC

The Northern Miner
By Lesley Stokes

When British fur traders first came across the Tahltan First Nation in northwest B.C. almost two centuries ago, the aboriginal group already had its own trading economy, being positioned as a middleman between the coastal tribes and those living north and east of the Stikine.

Now, with mining and exploration companies flocking once again into northwest B.C. to explore and develop world-class copper-gold deposits, the Tahltan Nation’s legacy is coming full circle, and the aboriginal group is ready for business.

Read the article on the Northern Miner website.

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