TML’s environmental material insuffient: WILLIAMS LAKE TRIBUNE

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) has told Taseko Mines there are major deficiencies in the approach the company has used to assess the cumulative environment effects of the New Prosperity Mine. In a letter addressed to Taseko dated Nov. 26, panel chair Bill...
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The Tsilhqot’in’s fight for Fish Lake: W. COAST ENVIRONMENTAL LAW

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FNWARM stands by Kaska in Title and rights battle: FNWARM RELEASE

First Nations Women Advocating Responsible Mining (FNWARM) supports the Kaska in its stand against efforts by the Yukon Government to renege on written agreements and undermining aboriginal Title and rights. “If a government cannot be trusted to keep its written promises,...
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Kaska threaten to blockade North Canol: YUKON NEWS

Kaska leaders are meeting this week to consider a ban on mining and mineral exploration in their traditional territory. The ban could include a blockade on the North Canol Road. The announcement is in response to the “ongoing reckless behaviour of the Yukon government,” said...
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Kaska threatening to shutter mining exploration: CBC NEWS

Leaders of the Kaska Nation are threatening to shut down all mining exploration in their traditional territories. This is a continuation of the fight that has been brewing in the territory over resource exploration against First Nation rights. Kaska chiefs said the potential...
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Alaska and BC battle over Tuslequah Chief mine: THE TYEE

In one final, uncharacteristic act as Governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin fired off a letter to Gordon Campbell in 2009, calling for British Columbia to stop polluting the salmon-rich Taku River, which is shared by both the province and Alaska. “In order to protect downstream...
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Good, bad,ugly of Ontario’s new Mining Act: CDN MINING JOURNAL

Ontario’s first Mining Act was passed in 1869 with a significant revision in 1906. Since that time the Act has continuously evolved alongside technological and environmental changes and political and public demands. So let’s start with some of the good news. There is a new...
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Gold mine rejection a blow to investors: GLOBE AND MAIL

The B.C. Liberal government’s rejection of a proposed gold and copper mine in the northern Interior is sending a chill through the investment community that will make the Premier’s targets to expand the mining industry tough to meet, the mine’s proponent says. Erik Tornquist,...
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