Canadian Officials Foresee Little Impact From Mine
February 2005 by Associated PressCanadian regulators said they have found no significant environmental impacts from a proposed British Columbia mine near the Alaska border.
• Agriculture employees caught grazing on taxpayer funds
• A long wait at the bus stop...
• Taxpayers foot the bill...
• Sticky business
As a precious metal, silver doesn’t have the allure of gold. As an investment, it’s not as hip as Google. But dowdy old silver is suddenly chic. Silver prices are at their highest in more than 25 years, and mining companies are riding an economic boom.
• Conformation for some
• Congress canceling regulations
• Original Sixteen to One cleared
• Another court case settled
An online video gave me some ideas, and with a lot of trial and error I developed a reliable method of panning free gold particles down below 35 microns quickly and easily.
We can either surrender or draw a line in the sand and fight to hold the remaining mining rights we still have.
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