The Takla First Nation and Sun Metals have announced that they have entered into an exploration agreement related to the Stardust project located within the traditional lands of Takla in northcentral British Columbia.
The Takla First Nation and Sun Metals (TSXV:SUNM) have announced that they have entered into an exploration agreement related to the Stardust project located within the traditional lands of Takla in northcentral British Columbia.
According to Sun Metals, the company has embarked on the 2018 Stardust field program that will include airborne VTEM and magnetics survey, mapping and prospecting, selective relogging and resampling of 80,000 metres of existing drill core and 15,000 metre diamond drilling program starting in August.
As quoted in the press release, Chief John French said:
“Entering into this agreement will ensure that Takla benefits from the exploration activities, and that they will be carried out in a manner which respects Takla’s Aboriginal title, rights, and interests. Sun Metals recognizing Takla’s stewardship role in environmental monitoring, wildlife monitoring and water sampling was vital in building support for the project with Takla members.”
President and CEO of Sun Metals Steve Robertson said:
“Sun Metals is built on the founding principle of growing value on a large scale for shareholders and communities alike. I see the signing of this exploration agreement as the beginning of the path to achieve this. I will work diligently and closely with Chief John French to ensure that Stardust has a positive outcome for Takla, shareholders and all British Columbians.”