Vancouver, B.C., April 17, 2018. Kutcho Copper Corp. (TSXV: KC) (OTC: KCCFF) (“Kutcho Copper” or the “Company”) and Tahltan Central Government (“TCG”) are pleased to announce they have entered into an Exploration Agreement and a Communication Agreement relating to the Kutcho Project, which is located 100 km east of Dease Lake in Northern British Columbia.
These agreements set out a framework in which Kutcho Copper and TCG agree to work together in a spirit of partnership and cooperation to build a positive and mutually beneficial working relationship. Specific objectives of the agreements include:
- Establishing a co-operative and collaborative working arrangement between Kutcho Copper and Tahltan Nation
- Promoting timely dialogue and communication to foster an open, direct and respectful relationship
- Identifying employment and business opportunities for Tahltan associated with the exploration activities
- Enhancing Tahltan’s capacity to participate in opportunities related to the exploration activities and baseline data collection
- Establishment of a Working Group
Tahltan Central Government President, Chad Day, commented: “We are pleased to sign these agreements with Kutcho Copper as they help set the standard for how exploration should be done in Tahltan territory. We look forward to working with Kutcho Copper to advance our people’s understanding of both the project’s potential impacts and benefits.”
Kutcho Copper President and CEO, Vince Sorace, commented: “The signing of the Exploration Agreement and the Communication Agreement with Tahltan Central Government marks a significant milestone in the evolution of the Kutcho Project. These agreements confirm Kutcho Copper and Tahltan’s commitment to work collaboratively while maximizing opportunities for Tahltan as the project advances towards development of the Feasibility Study.”
About Kutcho Copper Corp.
Kutcho Copper Corp. is a Canadian resource development company focused on expanding and developing the Kutcho high grade copper-zinc project in northern British Columbia. Committed to social responsibility and the highest environmental standards, the Company intends to progress the Kutcho Project through feasibility and permitting to a positive construction decision.
President & CEO, Kutcho Copper Corp.
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