The NICO deposit is located 160 km northwest of the city of Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada. The proposed mine is 85 km north of the highway to Edmonton, Alberta and will be accessed by an all-weather road also servicing nearby Tlicho Aboriginal communities. CN operates a railway that terminates at Hay River on the south shore of Great Slave Lake, 450 road km south of NICO and provides a rail link for haulage of the concentrate that will be produced at the mine site.

The Tlicho First Nation is the primary Aboriginal group in the proximity of the project. Fortune has an open and constructive relationship with the Tlicho and is recognized for supporting prosperity in the community through the active engagement of, and participation by, Tlicho citizens at the NICO project since its discovery. The Tlicho Government has a settled land claim and, and both the Federal and Tlicho governments have approved the NICO mine and mill.

NICO Location Detail

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