Vancouver based Taseko Mines has been working to advance development of a gold-copper mine in the Cariboo-Chilcotin area for many years.
At the heart of the New Prosperity project are detailed scientific plans developed over the course of more than 20 years by Taseko Mines and our expert consultants.
The Project Description is a comprehensive overview of the New Prosperity opportunity, outlining the project’s numerous economic and social benefits, as well as specifics about its development, operation, and eventual return to nature. Download the Executive Summary of the Project Description.
The Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is the detailed scientific plan to minimize New Prosperity’s environmental footprint. The EIS, which concludes there will be no significant adverse environmental effects from the project, forms the core of the federal review panel’s assessment materials. Download the Executive Summary of the EIS.
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Taseko mines has undertaken extensive research in support of the development of a gold-copper mine in the Cariboo-Chilcotin region over the course of more than 17 years.
The New Prosperity Water Management Plan
To help explain the scientific plan to preserve Fish Lake and to give you a visual idea of how the New Prosperity project will develop over time, we have created the following video. Taseko’s preservation of Fish Lake under the New Prosperity plan is a $300M commitment.