Yukon government, creditor take disputes over Wolverine mine to Supreme Court of Canada


The Yukon government and a biotech company that loaned money to the now-bankrupt owner of the Wolverine mine have taken their disputes over who gets what’s left of the mine’s assets to the country’s highest court. 

The territorial government, represented by the minister of energy, mines and resources, as well as Welichem Research General Partnership filed separate notices of application for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada on May 4. 

The files were opened on May 27, although the Supreme Court of Canada has yet to decide on whether it will actually hear either case. 

The Yukon government and Welichem are asking the court to examine separate

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