Questions are being raised about the mysterious crash of Taseko mining stocks.
Shares of a British Columbia mining company waiting on the federal cabinet to decide the fate of their controversial gold and copper mine plummeted Thursday.
APTN National News reporter Rob Smith travelled to Tsilhqot’in territory and reports on a people whose history shows a resolve to protect their unique way of life.
There’s fallout in British columbia from a story we brought you earlier this week. Former…
The Taseko Mines Inc. project is out of step with the times on both the environment and First Nations rights front, said Parkdale-High Park Liberal MP Gerard Kennedy.
The federal department playing a key role in determining the future of a controversial British Columbia gold and copper mine is relying on a flawed policy to fashion its recommendations to federal cabinet on whether the project should be given approval, says a former department official who helped craft the policy.
Resistance to a planned gold and copper mine in British Columbia’s interior carries echoes of another conflict for the Tsilhqo’in people who are leading the fight to have the project stopped.