Had Doug Donaldson talked with us before writing his recent article, he would have learned that our effort to engage first nations regarding the New Prosperity Project spans 17 years and includes the direct provision of more than $1 million in funding. He would have also heard that since 1995, our records show that we engaged, contacted, and consulted the first nations affected by this project on hundreds of occasions and we continue to work with them whenever possible.

We understand the significance of having successful mutually beneficial relationships, like those we have with our suppliers, community members and governments, and with other first nation groups as evidenced by our recent exploration agreement with the Tsay Keh Dene First Nation at our Aley Niobium Project in northeastern British Columbia…

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