White Tiger Concludes Exploration Agreement with Aroland and AZA First Nations for its Marshall Lake Property Project
White Tiger Mining Corp. (TSXV:WTC) has concluded an Exploration Agreement with the Aroland First Nation and the Animbiigoo Zaagi’igan Anishinaabek First Nation (AZA) for the Marshall Lake copper, silver, and gold exploration property project located 30 km west of Nakina, Ontario.
As quoted in the press release:
The Exploration Agreement will cover the entire mineral exploration phase of the Company’s Marshall Lake property project. In accordance with the Exploration Agreement, White Tiger has agreed to provide certain financial payments and other benefits and to provide employment and service related opportunities to Aroland and AZA, and in return, Aroland and AZA have agreed to support the exploration of the Marshall Lake property. The Exploration Agreement also provides for the proper handling and protection of any possible burial or other culturally significant sites, and as well, includes plans for the prevention, mitigation and remediation of any and all environmental impacts which may result from the project in accordance with all applicable laws respecting environmental protection.
White Tiger Mining Chief Executive Officer Douglas Mason said:
White Tiger is extremely pleased to have been able to conclude a favourable Exploration Agreement with the Aroland and AZA First Nations and we believe that this Agreement will bring economic opportunities to the region and will provide certainty for the Company’s Marshall Lake property project in a manner which is respectful of Aroland’s and AZA’s traditional territories and their aboriginal and treaty rights.