The Management and Directors of Prosperity Goldfields have the utmost respect for the land and the peoples on who’s land they are exploring on. This respect of the social and physical environment is also shared by all personnel including contractors.
The laws of Canada allow Prosperity Goldfields to conduct exploration with the exclusive right to apply to successive title to develop mining operations in the event economic gold resources are identified. However, Prosperity Goldfields has already, and will continue to conduct open and transparent dialogue through community consultations with all interested stakeholders.
Through timely engagement with stakeholders and regulators, and by identifying concerns, Prosperity Goldfields is able to make all reasonable efforts to minimize its impact on the local physical, biological and socio-economic environment, and to develop a project that is sustainable and mutually beneficial.
Prosperity has started baseline impact assessments in order to better understand the physical, biological and socio-economic environment in the project area.