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Fosterville in historic Traditional Owner revenue sharing agreement

Historical deal sealed in Victoria

Pictured at the signing ceremony: Ammar Al-Joundi, DJAARA chairwoman Rebecca Phillips, Rodney Carter and Agnico Eagle vice presidents Ion Hann and John Landmark. Image supplied by Agnico Eagle

Pictured at the signing ceremony: Ammar Al-Joundi, DJAARA chairwoman Rebecca Phillips, Rodney Carter and Agnico Eagle vice presidents Ion Hann and John Landmark. Image supplied by Agnico Eagle

Gold miner Agnico Eagle has agreed to pay annual rent to the Dja Dja WurrungClans Aboriginal Corporation (DJAARA) in recognition of their status as the Traditional Owners of the land hosting the Fosterville...

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