Taseko mines for misleading information: VIC. TIMES COLONIST

There is a saying where Vidalina Morales de Gámez comes from, that you can live without gold but you can’t live without a glass of water each day. Where she comes from is El Salvador’s Cabañas region, which for much of the last decade has been the scene of a struggle...
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CEAA slams TML draft EIS, misleading statements: VANCOUVER SUN

As shareholders of Taseko Mines gathered for their annual general meeting in Vancouver, a group of protesters were there to speak out against the company’s mining project in northern British Columbia. Although it was turned down last year, the company has been given a second...
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Tsilhqot’in reponds to shoddy TML Enviro imact statement: TNG NR

The proposal for a copper mine near Fish Lake, B.C., is back on the front burner. Once again environmentalists and first nations are pitted against non-native residents and the provincial government, with Ottawa acting as referee. A panel has been at work on the file for a month....
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CEAA damning critism of TML statement. LINK TO CEAA LETTER

Two mining companies connected to the rejected New Prosperity Mine proposal sponsored a Board of Trade luncheon with North Vancouver environmental group watchdog and self-proclaimed transparency advocate Vivian Krause this week. The event was initially listed as a “blind” event,...
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