Aborignal land care tips from Down Under: GLOBE AND MAIL

Of all the things Canada imports from Australia, the most valuable might turn out to be an idea. A delegation of Australian Indigenous Rangers arrived in Vancouver on the weekend for a tour that will take them to Yellowknife and Winnipeg before ending in Ottawa in a week. The...
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Treaty settlement crucial for resources development: GLOBE AND MAIL

The broken treaty process is a conspicuous illustration of a major impediment to the expansion of British Columbia’s economy. The Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline debacle is its latest casualty. In 1992, the federal and provincial governments created the BC Treaty Commission...
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Terry Lake calls EAO ideas “way outside box’: VIC. TIMESCOLONIST

It’s a little startling to see the B.C. government say no to a mine, given all the enthusiasm they display for that industry. But that’s just what they did this week, turning thumbs-down on an open-pit project northwest of Smithers that would have moved 30,000 tonnes...
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Prosperity Mine plan opposed, hearing looms: JOURNAL OF COMMERCE

“It is troubling to us that the draft hearing procedures remove many of the measures that were in place in the previous panel process to respect and include the cultures of affected First Nations,” said Tsilhqot’in National Government executive director Crystal Verhaeghe in a...
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Tsilhquot’in Chiefs united in opposing mine: WILLIAMS LAKE TODAY

Chief Wilf Adam of the Lake Babine Nation says the BC government has made the right decision in denying Pacific Booker Minerals the ability to proceed with its Morrison Mine proposal. The proposed mine is adjacent to Morrison Lake, which lies within Lake Babine Nation territory...
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Original EA Review report and recommendations

Morrison Copper/Gold Project   Type: Typical EA Process (Active and Complete) Status: Under Review Category: Mining Pre-applicationStart Date: 2003/09/30 Under Review EA Certificate Documentation Folder Date Posted Morrison Copper/Gold Mine Project Assessment Report dated...
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Morrison Mine project denied Environmental Assessment Certificate

2012ENV0061-001446 Oct. 1, 2012 Ministry of Environment Environmental Assessment Office VICTORIA – Environment Minister Terry Lake and Energy, Mines and Natural Gas Minister Rich Coleman have refused to issue an Environmental Assessment Certificate to Pacific Booker Minerals Inc....
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Pacific Booker’s Morrison Lake mine bid: MINING.COM

The government of British Columbia has rejected plans for a combined copper-gold mine in the province’s north-west due to fears it could threaten salmon populations in the Skeena River. The Vancouver Sun reports that Environment Minister Terry Lake and Energy Mines and...
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BC rejects Pacific Booker’s Morrison Lake open pit mine: CP/CBC

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/player/Radio/Local+Shows/British+Columbia/ID/2279525293/
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BC rejects Pacific Booker’s Morrison Lake open pit mine: CP/CBC

The government of British Columbia has rejected plans for a combined copper-gold mine in the province’s north-west due to fears it could threaten salmon populations in the Skeena River. The Vancouver Sun reports that Environment Minister Terry Lake and Energy Mines and...
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Lake Babine Nation welcomes BC rejection of Morrison Mine plan: LBFN

The B.C. government has denied an environmental assessment certificate for a proposed mine for only the second time in the province’s history. The planned Morrison mine, a proposed copper and gold operation in northwest B.C., was scuttled after the government announced...
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