Monthly Archives: December, 2019

NEWS: Judge Considers Midas Gold’s Motions on Clean Water Act Litigation

In arguments on Monday, December 16, U.S. District Judge Lynn B. Winmill considered Midas Gold’s request to place the Nez Perce Tribe’s lawsuit on hold while Midas Gold and other stakeholders continue to advance ongoing efforts to address historical mining contamination in the Stibnite Mining District. The Judge is taking a motion to stay under […]

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IN THE NEWS: Star News Op-Ed: Biological Study will be Closely Reviewed by Entities

This op-ed originally ran in the December 19, 2019 edition of the McCall Star News.  A recent article about permitting the Stibnite Gold Project misconstrued the facts. We assure you that Midas Gold is following the law and the rules of the permitting process and engaging with regulators to enhance transparency and collaboration around the […]

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NEWS Fact Check: Biological Assessment

A recent article published by the AP around our project did not include all the facts on an aspect of the permitting process and only told one side of the narrative. We want to make sure Idahoans have the full story. Here is what you need to know. Midas Gold is working through the permitting […]

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We Will Continue to Set the Record Straight on Stibnite Gold Project

For the last decade, Midas Gold Idaho has worked closely with community leaders, policymakers, residents, and other stakeholders to develop the Stibnite Gold Project – an undertaking that would energize our economy and address longstanding environmental problems from legacy mining activity at Stibnite. Through redevelopment of a vibrant mining industry, we are committed to remedying […]

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The Facts: We Deliver on Our Promises

As a company, we pride ourselves on being a good neighbor. To us, being a good neighbor means getting involved in our local community, working with each other to make the place we call home even better, being transparent about our plans for the future and seeking feedback from our neighbors. In our continued effort […]

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