Prosperity mine resurrection?

British Columbia Liberal leadership candidate Christy Clark says if chosen leader she would resurrect Taseko Mine’s controversial Prosperity mine project which would drain a lake sacred to area First Nations.

APTN National News
British Columbia Liberal leadership candidate Christy Clark says if chosen leader she would resurrect Taseko Mine’s controversial Prosperity mine project which would drain a lake sacred to area First Nations.

Her pledge has again stirred up controversy among B.C.’s First Nations leaders.

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Before moving to become the APTN News social media producer, Mark was the executive producer for the news in eastern Canada. Before starting with APTN in 2009, Mark worked at CBC Radio and Television in Newfoundland and Labrador and Ottawa.

4 thoughts on “Prosperity mine resurrection?

  1. right now its under 50 but many of us still vote…. it shows what type scams they run… that when we vote we state they have a right to rule over us…. we all know its ponzi system they have to weed us off the table of life…

  2. Prosperity lake…. the dictators only value what they hold…. we never go to vote in thier system did we…. why its thier scam…. This is our country and dont vote in thier system tell to deal with your leaders so you can deliberate like real democracy…. dictators not wanted equality trumps demands…

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