Taseko files for second judicial review over New Prosperity near Williams Lake

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(Taseko).

First, Prosperity Mine was rejected.

Then New Prosperity was rejected.

Taseko, the company behind the proposed copper and gold mine near Williams Lake, is calling foul play.

Again.

To find out why Taseko is asking for another judicial review, Shelley Joyce speaks to the company's Vice President of Corporate Affairs Brian Battison.

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