Canadian Mining Journal


Taseko Mines Limited


  • GOLD-COPPER: BC amending certificate for Taseko’s New Prosperity project

    July 20, 2016 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – On July 20, Taseko Mines of Vancouver said that the BC Environmental Assessment Office is proceeding with Taseko’s request to amend the environmental assessment certificate for the New Prosperity gold-copper project 125 km southwest of Williams Lake.

  • FINED: Gibraltar to pay $70K for Fisheries Act transgression

    July 13, 2016 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – The Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine, owned 75% by Taseko Mines of Vancouver and 25% by Cariboo Copper Corp, has been ordered to pay $70,000 by the BC provincial court on June 29, 2016. Of the total, $65,000 will

  • News

    Taseko’s proxy battle with Raging River gets heated

    March 1, 2016 by Canadian Mining Journal

    VANCOUVER — Taseko Mines (TSX: TKO; NYSE-MKT: TGB) is in the midst of a proxy battle with upstart activist shareholders Raging River Capital, which has led to a flurry of press releases and a potential defamation law suit. Raging River requisitioned a

  • GOLD-COPPER: Taseko files civil suit over New Prosperity rejection

    February 16, 2016 by Canadian Mining Journal

    VANCOUVER – Last week Taseko Mines filed a civil suit in the BC Supreme Court seeking damages from the federal government over its denial of permits for the New Prosperity gold-copper project 125 km southwest of Williams Lake. The lawsuit

  • News

    COPPER-MOLYBDENUM: Gibraltar to defer hydro costs

    February 9, 2016 by Canadian Mining Journal

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – Taseko Mines of Vancouver expects to take advantage of deferred hydro rates at its Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine 65 km north of Williams Lake. The five-year program was announced by the provincial government last week, but details of

  • Feature

    Prospects and projects

    August 1, 2015 by Russell Noble

    For most companies working claims across Canada, the chances of moving from exploration into production are slim and more likely none, thanks to investors cocooning into a wait and see position.

  • News

    COPPER: Taseko improves Gibraltar economics

    May 5, 2015 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – The updated mine plan for the Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine 65 km north of Williams Lake features a 50% decrease in the strip ratio, says owner Taseko Mines of Vancouver. The new plan is the result of six months of…

  • News

    COPPER: Taseko’s Gibraltar mine wins John Ash Safety Award

    April 1, 2015 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    BRITISH COLUMBIA – Taseko Mines of Vancouver is proud of the safety record at its Gibraltar copper-molybdenum mine.  Proud, too, that the mine 65 km north of Williams Lake is the recipient of the 2014 John Ash Safety Award given the…

  • News

    LAWSUIT: Taseko files defamation suit against environmental group

    January 20, 2015 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    VANCOUVER – Taseko Mines has filed a defamation claim in the British Columbia Supreme Court alleging that the Wilderness Committee made defamatory claims about the company’s New Prosperity gold-copper project during the 2012 public…

  • News

    COMMENT: Is BC becoming mining friendly?

    January 15, 2015 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    Two recent news releases point toward removing roadblocks from the Prosperity and Tulsequah Chief projects. With two rulings by the BC Minister of Environment, the province appears to move closer to being a mining friendly place to find a…

  • News

    COPPER: Taseko hedges bets

    December 11, 2014 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    VANCOUVER – Taseko Mines has taken measures to protect itself from a dropping copper price through the middle of next year. For the first quarter, the company has put options in place to guarantee a floor price for 30 million lb at a…

  • News

    COPPER: EPA issues permit for Taseko’s Florence copper

    December 9, 2014 by Canadian Mining Journal Staff

    ARIZONA – The US Environmental Protection Agency has issued the draft underground injection control permit for the Florence copper production test facility in the town of the same name. The project is owned by Taseko Mines of Vancouver.