British Columbia officials say Pacific Booker Minerals has not proved it can keep toxic water out of nearby waterways. The developer says it has.
Sealaska shareholders have returned five incumbents to the regional Native corporation’s 13-member board of directors.
A Canadian mining company says it’s found richer deposits of gold and copper ore at its controversial KSM project.
A dozen cruise ships are allowed to discharge wastewater while anchored or tied up in Alaska ports this summer. Officials say it’s safe. Critics disagree.
The Alaska Public Offices Commission says Rep. Dan Ortiz failed to properly report some campaign contributions and spending. It also says he accepted an illegal donation and did not properly list who paid for several campaign fliers.
State ferries will stop sailing by July if the Legislature fails to reach a budget deal. All 11 ships will head to their home ports and stay there.
Five independent candidates are challenging the same number of incumbents for seats on the Sealaska board of directors.
Could Sealaska make more money, pay higher dividends and make better use of its land? Yes, say some shareholders critical of the Southeast regional Native corporation’s management.
The Walker-Mallott administration will include transboundary mine critics’ concerns in its negotiations with British Columbia.
Sealaska, the regional Native corporation for Southeast, upped its income by $50 million in 2014. But it’s still losing money.