Friday, May 12, 2017

The April 2017 Monthly Report from MPMC became available recently. It was surprizing that the report states that there was no discharge of mine effluent from the Water Treatment Plant, station name HAD03 in April 2017.

The reason stated was, "due to naturally high flows...

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

On May 5th 2017 the BC Ministry of Environment published a letter sent to MPMC regarding the copper limits for Quesnel Lake.

The letter was being sent in response to "information  recently brought to the MOE's attention by MPMC regarding potential background fluctuation...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

At CCQL we wanted to give you a short review of the main points from the newly amended Permit 11678. Click here for the permit

Section 1.1.1 - The monthly average rate of tailings slurry will be 55,500 m3/day, then November 2015 permit allowed 54,500m3/day. This is a 10...

Monday, May 1, 2017

The Concerned Citizens of Quesnel Lake have been watching with interest the developments of Spanish Mountain Gold.

A proposed gold and silver mine, located near Likely, British Columbia. Spanish Mountain Gold has recently released the results of a new preliminary econom...

Monday, May 1, 2017

A Likely resident writes a great letter to the Editor of the Williams Lake Tribune.

"April 26, 2017 Editor:

There is nothing new about dishonesty in politics and that politicians can be quite brazen about telling lies, and as such, I have concerns about the honesty and i...

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Along with the Amended Permit 11678 , the BC MOE released an explanatory memo providing details of the "reason for the decision" to approve the discharge of treated mine effluent directly into Quesnel Lake.

A CCQL member has marked certain passages of interest, that in...

Tuesday, April 18, 2017


Click here for details of the Concerned Citizens of Quesnel Lake Press Release in response to recent BC Ministry of Environment's  approval of the amendment of Permit 11678.

"The Concerned Citizens of Quesnel Lake are very angry with the BC Ministry of Environment’s (M...

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

There will an opportunity to speak directly with the political candidates running for Cariboo North on April 30th 2017, at 2pm at the Likely Community Hall.

This would be your chance to ask each candidate their views on the recent approval to discharge treated mine effl...

Monday, April 10, 2017

Please find the link to a great review from Jennifer Moore, Latin America Program Coordinator, Mining Watch Canada on the book Mining Capitalism and the State of Extractivism.

Click Here

Saturday, April 8, 2017

This afternoon the BC MOE released the news that they have  approved  MPMC's application to discharge treated mine effluent into Quesnel Lake, until December 2022.

Click here for the Explanatory Memo

Click here for the Infographics of how this is going to work


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