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Photo correction: There’s Kitselas chief councillor Glenn Bennett, Kitselas hereditary chief Mel Bevan, MP Brian Jean, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, Kitsumkalum treaty negotiator Alex Bolton, and Kitsumkalum chief councillor Don Roberts. Alex was incorrectly named as Wayne Bolton in the March 23 paper.  - CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
Photo correction: There’s Kitselas chief councillor Glenn Bennett, Kitselas hereditary chief Mel Bevan, MP Brian Jean, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, Kitsumkalum treaty negotiator Alex Bolton, and Kitsumkalum chief councillor Don Roberts. Alex was incorrectly named as Wayne Bolton in the March 23 paper.
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Page 10 of The Terrace Standard's March 23 issue in the business section incorrectly named Wayne Bolton instead of Alex Bolton. It is actually Alex Bolton, negotiator for Kitsumkalum treaty, who is in the photo with Kitselas chief councillor Glenn Bennett, Kitselas hereditary chief Mel Bevan, MP Brian Jean, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, and Kitsumkalum chief councillor Don Roberts.

The photo was taken when government officials were in town March 14 to announce the agreement reached by Kitselas and the Kitsumkalum regarding to the expansion of the Port of Prince Rupert.

These negotiations have been going on for several years and follow similar ones that took place leading up to the first phase of the container port opening in 2007.

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