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Photo: TMAC signs deal with KIA in CamBay

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Representatives of the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and TMAC Resources Inc. shake hands March 30 at the KIA's head office in Cambridge Bay after signing a comprehensive land agreement to provide access to the Hope Bay region for long-term mineral development as well as an Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement on contracts, jobs and training. This signing ceremony topped off more than a year of work between the KIA and TMAC, which wants to bring Hope Bay's Doris North gold mine project out of care and maintenance in 2015. From left to right: Paul Emingak, KIA's executive director, Charlie Evalik, interim KIA President, Gord Morrison, TMAC's president, Catharine Farrow, TMAC's chief executive officer, and Alex Buchan, TMAC's director of Community Relations.


Representatives of the Kitikmeot Inuit Association and TMAC Resources Inc. shake hands March 30 at the KIA’s head office in Cambridge Bay after signing a comprehensive land agreement to provide access to the Hope Bay region for long-term mineral development as well as an Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement on contracts, jobs and training. This signing ceremony topped off more than a year of work between the KIA and TMAC, which wants to bring Hope Bay’s Doris North gold mine project out of care and maintenance in 2015. From left to right: Paul Emingak, KIA’s executive director, Charlie Evalik, interim KIA President, Gord Morrison, TMAC’s president, Catharine Farrow, TMAC’s chief executive officer, and Alex Buchan, TMAC’s director of Community Relations. “On behalf of the KIA board, I am very pleased that KIA has been able to conclude this agreement with TMAC,” Evalik said in a KIA news release. “We wish TMAC good fortune in advancing the Doris North gold project to commercial production.” (PHOTO COURTESY OF TMAC)

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