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First Nations questions Prosperity Mines move ahead

Taseko Mines is making another bid to move forward on the controversial Prosperity Mine project in the Chilcotin. On Friday, the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency accepted the company's new project description for the proposed gold-copper mine. Now, bands in central B.C. are wondering what's be next for the project. We spoke to Joe Alphonse, Tsilhqot'in National Government Tribal Chief and Chief of Tl'etinqox Band.

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