A delegation comprised of representatives from Marten Falls First Nation and KWG Resources Inc. (CSE:KWG)(CSE:KWG.A)(FRANKFURT:KW6) (‘KWG’) were provided with an overview of the feasibility study which commenced last year, when they visited with China Railway First Survey & Design Institute Group (‘FSDI’) headquarters staff in Xian, China on May 15th.
As quoted in the press release:
“We were delighted with the hospitality of the welcome we received from China Railway FSDI,” said Marten Falls Chief Ambrose Achneepineskum. “We were also glad to see and understand the scope of the design of their feasibility study and the very large-volume mining operations that might be possible. This study will be very helpful in assisting our people to understand what this development might entail. We were also gratified by the most informative briefing that we received from Minister Dave Murphy and his staff on May 18th at Canada’s Embassy in Beijing. It is helpful to understand the intricacies of doing business with the world’s biggest consumer of ferrochrome, for us whose traditional territory may become a big source of its supply through a process of free, prior and informed consent. We also look forward to and welcome the involvement of other regional First Nations whose traditional territory might become a part of the planning process.”