After the company, which had been in negotiations with the government over the proposed new project, said in a statement that it was “not ready” to move forward, Mr Barakon said the company was “committed to the community”.
“We’re a part of this community, we’re working with our community, and we’re just happy to be part of the community,” Mr Baraka said.
“We want to make sure we’ve got the right tools, and I think we have them.”
Mr Baraka has been in contact with the community and is “comfortable” with the project, Mr Garbutt said.
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