Mr. Speaker, a fire alarm can be pulled, but it will take a lot more than that to get me to stop asking questions.
Stocks do not drop nearly 40% in a day for no reason, and they do not do 1,000% their normal volume unless something is up.
On October 14 someone somewhere leaked and Taseko's shares plunged. Conservative ministers met, and two weeks before the public knew anything, insiders made millions. Of 5,000 environmental assessments, exactly zero, that is none, resulted in this kind of trading. Something stinks and everyone knows it.
Why, instead of looking for answers, is the government attacking anyone who asks questions?