First Nations’ Rights Need More Protection from Mining Activities Study Shows Need for Legal Refo

June 07 2010 | Media Releases Internal Human Rights Clinic: Human Rights Program at Harvard Law School: First Nations’ Rights Need More Protection from Mining Activities Study Shows Need for Legal Reform in British Columbia (Cambridge, MA, June 7, 2010) – The special rights guaranteed to First Nations receive inadequate attention in British Columbia when compared to mining interests, the International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) at Harvard Law School said in a report released today. The report, Bearing the Burden:..

British Columbians would pay millions a year to subsidize proposed Prosperity Mine – Study

July 14 2010 | Media Releases Tsilhqot’in National Government PRESS RELEASE British Columbians would pay millions a year to subsidize proposed Prosperity Mine – Study Hydro subsidy alone to cost British Columbians $35 million a year July 14, 2010 -Taseko Mines Ltd’s proposed Prosperity Mine would cost British Columbians at least $20 million a year, with hydro subsidies and other costs dwarfing any benefits the mine might create for the government, according to a detailed analysis of the company’s Environmental..