Yellowhead Mining Inc. reports on Harper Creek project support

Yellowhead Mining Inc. would like to thank the members of the North Thompson Valley communities who attended our Open House

Hikers (l-r) Ron Handford

Editor, The Times:

Yellowhead Mining Inc. would like to thank the members of the North Thompson Valley communities who attended our Open House on Thursday, Sept. 13. We were pleased with the turnout and support for our Harper Creek Project.

Three of our management team: Ron Handford, executive vice president, corporate development; Charlene Higgins, vice president environment, community and First Nations relations; and Ryan Papp, mine manager and Clearwater resident, enjoyed some of the spectacular local scenery in the valley on Friday when we hiked to the peak of Raft Mountain, accompanied by Jon Kreke, councilor from the District of Clearwater and Tim Pennell, director, Electoral Area A (Wells Gray Country) for the Thompson-Nicola Regional District. We look forward to working and playing in your backyard for many years to come.

Charlene Higgins, vice president

Environment, community and First Nations relations

Yellowhead Mining Inc.


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