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yellowhead

(ˈjɛləʊˌhɛd)
n
(Animals) a small bush bird, Mohoua ochrocephala, of South Island, New Zealand, having a yellow head and breast. Also called: mohua
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6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Taseko (TSX: TKO; NYSE MKT: TGB) (the "Company") announces that it has acquired 12,426,757 common shares of Yellowhead Mining Inc.
The shallow, weedy lake covers almost 30-square miles of Yellowhead County in western Alberta.
In the by-elections held on November 17, 2014, Jim Eglinski was elected in the electoral district of Yellowhead and Pat Perkins was elected in the electoral district of Whitby-Oshawa.
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Getting There: Arrive at the Edmonton International Airport and transfer to Jasper (392 km/4 hour 30 minutes) via the Yellowhead Highway.
The Treaty Six ASETS steering committee is comprised of the Six Independent Alberta First Nations Society of Maskwacis, Yellowhead Tribal Development Foundation, Tribal Chiefs Employment and Training Services Association and urban ASETS agreement holder, Oteenow Employment and Training Society.
Moonias of Marten Falls First Nation, Chief Peter Moonias of Nes-kantaga First Nation, Chief Johnny Yellowhead of Nibinamik First Nation and Chief Cornelius Wabasse of Webequie First Nation.
Coalspur has also garnered strong support for Vista from the local community and has received numerous letters of support from key stakeholders, including the Town of Hinton and Yellowhead County.
The Yellowhead Tribal Services Agency (YTSA)--operated by the Enoch Cree, Sunchild, O'Chiese and Alexis Nakota Sioux First Nations--provides protective and preventative services for Aboriginal families and children, aiming "to provide permanency," according to its Web site, and "to promote the adoption of First Nation children by First Nation families.
From there they had the choice of crossing the Rockies at the head of the Athabasca River at Yellowhead Pass, or at the headwaters of the Bow at White Man's Pass.
Everyone who knows me knows my Mexican Double Yellowhead parrot, Pancha.
Power will be supplied by an upgraded BC Hydro 138 kVA transmission line that parallels the Yellowhead Highway, approximately 10km north of the plant.