Our sustainability vision encompasses robust environmental management, community capacity building and long-term value to our employees, stakeholders and Indigenous Peoples; the traditional landowners and present-day rights holders of the lands on which we operate.
Success in our exploration and eventual development is centred on proactive management and collaboration in every facet of our operations including technical operations, cultural heritage and environmental monitoring and reporting, service and supply procurement as well as staffing. Our practices, process and operations are guided through collaboration with our Indigenous neighbours and stakeholders to ensure the preservation of the local environment and promote capacity building.
The Elizabeth-Blackdome project is located within the traditional and unceded lands of the St’át’imc, Secwépemc and Tsilhqot’in First Nations. Immediately after acquiring the Elizabeth-Blackdome project in 2019, Tempus established dialogue with affected communities from each of the three First Nations.
Tempus’ goal is to establish long-term mutually beneficial partnerships based on early and frequent engagement, transparency, economic opportunity, and the co-management of environmental and cultural heritage preservation.
Tempus currently has exploration agreements with the Bridge River Indian Band (Xwisten) of the St’at’imc Nation for exploration at Elizabeth and with the Dog Creek / Canoe Creek First Nation (Stswecem’c Xget’tem) of the greater Secwépemc Nation for exploration at Blackdome. Engagement is also ongoing with the Tsilhqot’in National Government on behalf of the Tsilhqot’in communities of Tl’esqox and Yuneŝit’in; an exploration agreement is currently being contemplated by the Tsilhqot’in.
Tempus’ exploration agreements acknowledge aboriginal title and rights, bestow a multitude of commercial and financial benefits, and provide protection of traditional activities and sensitive sites. The agreements facilitate the co-management of environmental and cultural heritage resources, and the potential for the bands and their membership to participate in any business and employment opportunities that the project generates.
Guided by our desire to be a good community member, Tempus has been committed to the proactive management of risks to ensure minimal disturbance to the natural environment and culturally sensitive areas. We place importance with local Indigenous communities as the traditional landowners in preserving their cultural heritage and environmental security.
Tempus Resources has ensured that both the Elizabeth and Blackdome projects in British Columbia adhere to all ESG (Environmental/Social Governance) criteria as laid out in the Task force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD). We support the principles of United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. (“UNDRIP”) and the tenets of Free Prior Informed Consent and endorse their adoption into BC law.
We practice transparency and prompt reporting throughout our operations and look to our local community for consultation and input. We consider it vitally important to ensure long term health of the natural environment and the people living around us.
As a company, Tempus Resources has consummated a comprehensive ESG framework being adopted as the highest standard by global financial institutions, regulators and corporations for the health, safety and well-being of our local communities.
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Tempus Resources Ltd (ACN 625 645 338) (Company) has lodged a prospectus dated 4 August 2022 (Prospectus) with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) in respect of a pro-rata non-renounceable entitlement issue of 1 Share for every 2 Shares held by those Shareholders registered at the Record Date at an issue price of $0.05 per Share together with 1 free New Option for every Share applied for and issued to raise up to $3,898,286 (based on the number of Shares on issue as at the date of the Prospectus) (Offer).
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(a) an offer of 20,338,885 Options available to sophisticated and professional investors who participated in the placement announced by the Company on 27 July 2022 (Placement) on the basis of one (1) free attaching Option for every Share subscribed for under the Placement (Placement Options Offer); and
(b) an offer of 16,000,000 Options available to Peloton Capital Pty Ltd (ACN 149 540 018) (AFSL:406040) and Aesir Corporate Pty Ltd (ACN 615 591 976) a Corporate Authorised Representative (AR: 001269084) for Urd Services Pty Ltd (AFSL:511904) (or their nominees) in consideration for their services as joint lead managers to the Placement and the Offer (Lead Manager Options Offer), (together, the Offers).
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