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KFN Data Agreement

The Kluane First Nation is signing a data-collection agreement with the Yukon Government worth over half a million dollars.
 
The announcement on Friday says 583-thousand dollars will go towards collecting geophysical data through an airborne survey of a portion of the Kluane Ranges.
 
$83,000 will be coming from the First Nation and $500,000 from the Yukon Geological Survey through a program run by the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency.
 
The survey area is southeast of the Donjek River and west of the Alaska Highway, a region known for its prospective nickel-copper-platinum group deposits.
 
The work is expected to be completed by the end of the...
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