Environment


In Williams Lake, B.C., on July 22, 2013, anti-mine protestors march to the opening of the federal review public hearing for Taseko MInes' proposed New Prosperity copper-gold mine. Photo By Gwen Preston.

Editorial: Prosperity’s temerity

I visited Taseko Mines’ Gibraltar mine north of Williams Lake, B.C., in 2008. The company bought the shuttered operation in 1998 and restarted it in 2004. Four expansions later, Gibraltar now employs 700 people, churns out 90 million lb….





Double Trouble for Taseko

VANCOUVER — So far, the holiday season has not been very merry for Taseko Mines (TKO-T, TGB-X), which is facing a potential strike at its operating mine and a new setback in the seemingly endless effort to permit its new mine.



Commentary: Let’s not rush into carbon sequestration

Removing atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by burning fossil fuels is becoming a popular issue among environmentalists and government environmental agencies. But the issue needs more study of possible side effects.Anthropogenic global warming…






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