The Supreme Court recently ruled that the Tsilhqot’in Nation holds Aboriginal title to their historic lands.
A B.C. Court of Appeal decision on Aboriginal rights for the Tsilhqot’in came down this week.
As shareholders of Taseko Mines gathered for their annual general meeting in Vancouver, a group of protesters were there to speak out against the company’s mining project in northern British Columbia.
The Tsilhqot’in in British Columbia are back in court trying to stop Taseko Mines from reviving what was supposed to be a dead issue.
On Saturday afternoon, a Taseko Mines convoy of trucks and equipment was stopped by an RCMP cruiser on the gravel Nemiah Valley road in British Columbia’s interior.
The Tsilhqot’in nation has launched a lawsuit against the British Columbia government and mining firm Taseko in the wake of the recent decision by federal government to approve a second environmental assessment review for the prosperity mine project.