agree vegas, despite all the down grades, TGB is looking better and better all the time, supreme court here , supremecourt there, they lost the ontario decision, albeit a bit different, but very close to home for the stewards of the enviroment , who #$%$, " strawberries " unlike the bad investors, that sign their checks......love it.
as you say, moving right along, maybe they will set a date for the case.......on the other hand. with good production and sales this qtr. and still no profit to be seen, that could hurt bad..............
he can't blame the weather or the high can. $ or the docks, etc. they sold 38.7 mill. lbs. of cu. and double the moly.. and if there is still no profit, guess all you nay sayers have been right all along..........
University of B.C. law professor Gordon Christie said it is no surprise that Taseko would welcome the high court decision.
That’s because while it’s true the Tsilhqot’in continue to have rights to hunt and fish, the requirement for the Crown to consult and accommodate over those rights is not as strong as for title or property rights, he said.
“The ability of the Crown to issue permits over lands that just have rights to hunt and fish, that power is enhanced quite a bit,” said Christie.
this run imo. does not mean much at all. however, should the court set aside the findings of the panel re. the tailings pond, as Taseko is asking, then my friends even Sr. Frogger,, would wish he had some shares, haha.
some poor soul bought 7 ks at that price, i very much doubt it will hold up in the AM....but the decision is still good news since the tribe will have little leverage now on P3 , and the great Russ is dangling all these carrots to them allready.......haha..
i belive the prosperity property is outside the claim area.....
just the fogger et al, getting out of TC and buying into TGBs vision of the future, as predicted by the " great Russ "........eh ?
imagine you would own TC shares like my good buddy the fogger and a huge share dilution on the horizon......had a call from a research firm in toronto, about my investment in taseko, asking, did you get the proxy, did you vote, are you aware of the meeting etc. etc. did anybody else get a call like this ?? mind you, you would have to hold registered shares...back to my 2 buck chuck..lol.
also when asked, Just a simple question " did you submit a proposal with a liner or not " there was a sound of silence. albeit one coud argue, that since it is before the courts, we can't comment.......guess the next "decade" will be better..lol. but not a loughing matter..........
well, at least the canoes made it down the river last qtr...lol
as what is the street expecting..? do you mean las vegas boulevard.....???
The outcome of two ongoing judicial reviews into the proposed New Prosperity copper and gold mine could define the future of mining in the province, according to a quartet of interested industry groups.
Four mining associations have filed applications to become interveners in Federal Court proceedings that will determine the fate of the proposed and contentious open pit mine near Williams Lake.
"Uncertainty regarding the environmental-assessment process and regulatory decision-making procedure will have an immediate and negative impact on the economic climate and the ability to attract global exploration investment to British Columbia and to Canada," Association for Mineral Exploration British Columbia CEO Gavin Dirom wrote in an affidavit urging the court to allow his group to become an intervener in the process. "The potential implications of the decision in this case will affect the prospecting, mineral exploration and development industry in British Columbia and potentially throughout Canada."
Mining company Taseko is challenging an environmental assessment report released last October which raised concerns about the impact the mine could have on fish and fish habitat in Fish Lake as well as traditional use of the area by First Nations. In a separate judicial review the company is asking the Federal Court to force the federal cabinet to reconsider its decision to reject the mine earlier this year.
In its court filings, Taskeo said Natural Resources Canada provided faulty evidence to the review panel, which led to incorrect conclusions about the seepage rate from the tailings pond. The company believes if the proper design had been considered by the panel that there would be no concern about the impact on fish or fish habitat.
Mine opponents, including the Tsilhqot'in National Government and local environmental groups in the Cariboo, argue that the review panel got it right and that the cabinet was correct in rejecting the mine, which they believe will cause environmental harm. Opponents point out that this is the second time Taseko has had its application for a mine at the site turned down by the federal government.
In addition to the provincial mineral exploration group, the Mining Association of Canada, the Mining Association of British Columbia and the Mining Suppliers Association of British Columbia have all filed requests to be interveners in the judicial review of environmental assessment report. The court has yet to rule on whether or not it will accept the groups as interveners.
Chief among their concerns is that environmental reviews are conducted fairly, something Taseko contends isn't the case for New Prosperity.
"When you're going to invest, in our case, a billion and a half dollars and many millions of dollars in an environmental review process you need to have confidence that the process is going to be appropriately and fairly conducted," Taseko vice-president of corporate affairs Brian Battison said in an interview. "If you don't have that confidence, you may decide that you're not going to enter that process and not make that attempt to develop that resource and you may move to another jurisdiction, perhaps even another country where you think you have a better chance of turning your effort into success."
Both judicial reviews are winding their way through various preliminary procedural applications.
Due to the challenge in getting court time, Battison said it seems likely a hearing into the first judicial review won't take place until the fall. The second review was filed three months after the first one.
While Taseko would like to see things wrapped up quickly, Battison said it's important the process isn't rushed.
"We want it to be done properly," he said. "No one is looking at their watch here going 'come on we've got to get this thing done,' the approach is that it needs to be done right and be properly considered."
you shall be forgiven, son, and don't forget to fasten your seatbelt, as the TGB shareprice might " skyrocket" after earnings...lol....
dont' be so mean fogger..lol....the greatt Russ shall appear soon....
May 8, 2014
Q1 2014 Taseko Mines Earnings Conference Call - 11:00AM EDT -
May 7, 2014
Q1 2014 Taseko Mines Earnings Release - 4:00PM EDT
or maybe TGB take over TC.. eh fogger..?
anyway, it is the " poison bill " that TGB has, that would also scare buyers off..albeit the great management TGB has would make it a takeover target for sure......eh ??...lol.
txs. vegas, it was the court # that got me......stay of that 2 buck chuck over the weekend..
seemed simple to begin with, vegas, now it becomes a dog and pony show, that will drag on and on....GL
with moly at 12.93 and double the production at G3 recoveries as projected, russ the genius is well on his way to become your special hero this year...hehehe...