Canadian mining firm guarantees $100K jobs because it courts assist for Katahdin-area mission

DOVER-FOXCROFT, Maine — A Canadian firm that desires to drill for valuable metals close to Pickett Mountain is visiting Maine municipalities and teams to draw assist — and promising high-paying jobs in return.

Piscataquis County was the most recent cease for a consultant of Wolfden Assets, an Ontario-based funding group that desires to construct a mine in northern Penobscot County, close to the border with Aroostook County and the Katahdin Woods and Waters Nationwide Monument.

John Seavey, a Dover-Foxcroft resident and Wolfden consultant, informed Piscataquis County’s commissioners in regards to the mission Tuesday. The corporate owns about 7,000 acres in T6R6 WELS, an unorganized township close to Patten, the place it needs to extract a big mineral deposit following Maine’s strict requirements, he stated.