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Save Fish Lake, Support survival of Tsilhqot'in First Nations

ivujica
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Joined: Nov 16 2008

ALERT: Prime Minister Stephen Harper Harper.S@parl.gc.ca is expected to make final decision on Taseko’s Prosperity mine at Fish Lake by September 10, 2010. Please write to save Fish Lake and to support  Survival of Tsilhqot’in First Nations in central British Columbia, Canada.

The proposed Taseko gold-copper mine threatens the survival of the Tsilhqot’in people.  Tsilhqot’in Fist Nations will lose their Homeland if Fish Lake is destroyed for the proposed mine.

VIDEO: “A Tsilhqot’in Treasure of Mountains, Rivers and Lakes.”http://vimeo.com/13704214

VIDEO: – “Blue Gold” http://www.raventrust.com/projects/fishlaketeztanbiny/video-bluegold.html

VIDEO: “Rally for Fish Lake” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfkOzxcr_6w

http://floodiceorfire.wordpress.com/taseko-mines-and-pm-stephen-harper-embroiled-in-impending-genocide-of-the-tsilhqotin-first-nations-through-proposed-destruction-of-fish-lake/

 


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NDPP
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Joined: Dec 27 2008

Waves of Controversy Continue on BC Lakes

http://www.dominionpaper.ca/articles/3676

"With all eyes on Tetzan Biny (Fish Lake) in central BC and the looming threat of government approval of Taseko's proposed Prosperity Mine, the proponents of the Mt. Milligan mine in northern BC have managed to avoid public scrutiny. But although it's stayed below the radar, the Mt Milligan project could turn out to be just as controversial..

Before it was called Mt Milligan, the area where the proposed open pit mine would be located was known to the Nak'azdli people as Shus Nadloh. It is a sacred area and an important watershed.."


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