OP-ED Chief Alphonse – Ottawa must reject Prosperity Mine: VIC. TIMES COLONIST

In 2010, Bill Bennett was B.C.’s mines minister and was ignoring all information regarding Taseko Mines Ltd.’s Prosperity Mine proposal for Teztan Biny (Fish Lake) — except for the claims made by the company itself. The area that TML wanted to turn into one of the...
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Chief Alphonse – Ottawa must reject Prosperity Mine: VIC. TIMES COLONIST

In 2010, Bill Bennett was B.C.’s mines minister and was ignoring all information regarding Taseko Mines Ltd.’s Prosperity Mine proposal for Teztan Biny (Fish Lake) — except for the claims made by the company itself. The area that TML wanted to turn into one of the world’s biggest...
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Mine policy has awkward moments: VICTORIA TIMES COLONIST

If the B.C. Chamber of Commerce is so ardently supportive of the New Prosperity mine, why don’t they go to the Cariboo to support it? The chamber came out in favour of the mine by staging a news conference — in downtown Vancouver. It looked a bit patronizing for the...
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TNG seeks equal face-time to lobby feds on New Prosperity. VAN. SUN

With B.C. Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett in Ottawa lobbying in favour of Taseko Mines Ltd.’s New Prosperity mine proposal in the province’s Interior, the First Nation affected by the project is seeking equal time with federal ministers to make their case as to...
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Protesters gather in Vancouver to oppose New Prosperity: GLOBAL TV

More than a hundred protesters gathered in downtown Vancouver this afternoon to voice their concerns over the proposed New Prosperity copper and gold mine as B.C. mines minster travels to Ottawa to lobby federal government to approve the project. The gathering involving members...
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New Prosperity Mine Approval Could Trigger Lawsuit: First Nations: CP

British Columbia Mines Minister Bill Bennett met with a trio of federal ministers in Ottawa on Thursday to urge them to approve a controversial gold and copper mine that has already been rejected once by the Conservative government. But the First Nations fighting the proposal...
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B.C. mines minister to lobby for New Prosperity project: VANCOUVER SUN

Mines Minister Bill Bennett is heading to Ottawa to support the contentious New Prosperity mine proposal in the Cariboo, the minister said Tuesday. Bennett, speaking to project boosters brought together by the B.C. Chamber of Commerce in Vancouver, said he will go to the national...
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B.C. mines minister to lobby for New Prosperity : VANCOUVER SUN

Mines Minister Bill Bennett is heading to Ottawa to support the contentious New Prosperity mine proposal in the Cariboo, the minister said Tuesday. Bennett, speaking to project boosters brought together by the B.C. Chamber of Commerce in Vancouver, said he will go to the national...
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B.C. ordered to reconsider Morrison Lake mine rejection: VANCOUVER SUN

Prospects for a proposed open-pit gold and copper mine in northern B.C. improved this week after a B.C. Supreme Court justice turfed a previous decision by two senior provincial government ministers to reject the project. Pacific Booker Minerals Inc. asked the B.C. Supreme Court...
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Court overturns B.C. government’s ruling that rejected mine. Ministers’ decision to stop $2.5-billion project failed test of ‘procedural fairness,’ judge says – The Vancouver Sun

VANCOUVER — Prospects for a proposed open-pit gold and copper mine in northern B.C. improved this week after a B.C. Supreme Court justice turfed a previous decision by two senior provincial government ministers to reject the project. Pacific Booker Minerals Inc. asked the...
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Miner legal move may backfire: experts: PRINCE GEORGE CITIZEN

Taseko’s decision to apply for a judicial review of the environmental assessment for its proposed New Prosperity mine might not be looked upon favourably, according to two Canadian environmental law experts. Dalhousie University professor Meinhard Doelle said the...
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Taseko Seeks Judicial Review of Critical Assessment: CP

The proponent of a oncerejected gold mine in the British Columbia Interior has filed an application for judicial review of a second critical environmental assessment that found the project would cause significant adverse environmental effects. Taseko Mines is asking the Federal...
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