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Taseko Mines Ltd. Message Board

pjb1277 6 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 16, 2014 3:39 PM Member since: Oct 18, 2010
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  • pjb1277 pjb1277 Jul 16, 2014 3:39 PM Flag

    What are chances the court will rule in favor of Taseko and forcing the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency to file a new report based on the company's original engineering design? If the court does rule in favor, what are the chances of a fast track submission.......a 30 or 60 day resubmittal. Like you stated 'armchairprofhit' , unfortunately, it will remain Ottawa's decision as to the approval. The pressure by the local tribes and environmentalist will be relentless regardless of a revised assessment. Hopefully the decision favors Taseko.

  • Let me try and understand the logic of BA: Taseko has improved its production at Gibraltar year to year by 100%. The plague of low grade of copper ore extraction during the 1st and 2nd quarter will return to normalcy in the next quarter. The price of copper sunk to a low of $2.95 per lb. in Mid-March. Since the low of March, the price of copper has risen over 10% to date with the opinions are the price of the metal will continue to rise. I guess this logic is worthy of a downgrade (duh!).

  • As Taseko is awarded the Sustainability award by Government of British Columbia and the Mining Association for environmental stewardship, responsible development, safety, health and operational efficiency, Motley Fool states that regardless of the design of the tailing pond at the Prosperity mining project, the waters in Little Fish Lake will be 'obliterated'!. I find Motley Fool's Rich Duprey quite irresponsible in stating such an assessment since the design is a 'proven' success and incorporated by major mining companies throughout BC. Shame on Duprey for assessing a situation that he has absolutely no knowledge of nor expertise in.

  • pjb1277 pjb1277 Jun 28, 2014 4:24 PM Flag

    Will the ruling enable Taseko to revert back to the previous proposal using Fish Lake as the tailing pond and thus save 10's millions of dollars?

  • Could someone please clarify if the position of the Tsilhqot'ins are now groundless since they have no claim to the lands? Since they have no 'rights' to the land, regardless if they fished and hunted there for years, does it mean that Taseko has legal claim to the area (as in purchased by and deeded to Taseko)? Accurate comments would be highly appreciated.

  • pjb1277 by pjb1277 Jun 26, 2014 3:06 PM Flag

    According to the Canadian Supreme Court and the decisions interpretation "New Prosperity is the only proposed mine in BC that people know for sure is not in an area of aboriginal title." What bearing does this decision have on Tsilhqot'in"s claims of tribal cultural rights and customs for this area? Also, does anyone have an idea when the courts will rule on Taseko's appeal on the government using inaccurate information to base their decision to reject Prosperity?

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