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Regulation defines long-term role for pipelines

January 6, 2015 VICTORIA – The Province of British Columbia has established a regulation to ensure pipelines built to support liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities will not be permitted to transport oil or diluted bitumen. This measure follows a commitment made by the Province earlier last year to put a mechanism in place to ensure pipelines, […]

by pmnationtalk on January 6, 2015269 Views

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Environmental groups demand an end to BC government – Science World partnership on LNG

BC’s respected science learning centre at risk of being co-opted by industry Dec 18, 2014 VANCOUVER – The Wilderness Committee, Council of Canadians, allied environmental groups and concerned citizens have signed on to an open letter demanding that the BC government end its partnership with Science World involving ongoing promotional workshops about liquefied natural gas […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 2014290 Views

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Technical report released for Klappan

December 18, 2014 VICTORIA – Today, the Province and the Tahltan Nation took a significant step forward in the conversation around land-use for the Klappan with the release of the Klappan Strategic Initiative Technical Report. To better understand the unique cultural, ecological and economical values of the area, the two parties jointly developed this technical […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 2014287 Views

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Older Diesel Engines Must Be Registered Now to Avoid Metro Vancouver Prohibition

In order to continuously improve air quality in our region and protect human health, Metro Vancouver will enforce new operating prohibitions for non-road diesel engines starting in January. Older non-road diesel engines that have little or no emission controls are the main concern of the bylaw. Engines in machines like excavators, forklifts and generators are […]

by pmnationtalk on December 19, 2014280 Views

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Treaty 8 Chiefs Condemn Decision to Destroy the Peace River Valley

TREATY 8 TERRITORY/FORT ST. JOHN, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Dec. 17, 2014) – The BC Treaty 8 Chiefs condemn the decision announced yesterday to destroy the Peace River Valley, despite clear evidence that cheaper and better solutions exist to meeting British Columbia’s future energy needs. The extent of the significant environmental effects identified in the Joint Review Panel […]

by pmnationtalk on December 18, 2014241 Views

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Sukunka Coal Mine Project – Federal Funds Transferred to and Distributed by the Government of British Columbia to Assist Aboriginal Participation and Consultation in a Substituted Environmental Assessment

Consultation in a Substituted Environmental Assessment December 17, 2014 — The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) has transferred $281,250 to the Government of British Columbia to assist the participation of 11 Aboriginal groups in the substituted environmental assessment of the Sukunka Coal Mine Project, located approximately 55 kilometres south of Chetwynd and 40 kilometres […]

by pmnationtalk on December 18, 2014255 Views

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Site C dam will put communities, wildlife, and world heritage site at risk

December 17, 2014 CPAWS-BC deeply concerned about decision to proceed with hydro project Vancouver, (BC) – The BC government announced yesterday that it would proceed with the Site C dam in northeastern BC, despite widespread opposition to the project. CPAWS-BC is deeply concerned about the further flooding of the Peace River Valley that Site C will […]

by pmnationtalk on December 18, 2014265 Views

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Need for and Alternatives to BC Hydro’s proposed Site C Project

Posted December 16, 2014 Need for and Alternatives to BC Hydro’s proposed Site C Project NT3

by pmnationtalk on December 17, 2014242 Views

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Union of BC Indian Chiefs rejects Provincial decision regarding the controversial Site C Hydroelectric Dam

December 16, 2014 (Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, BC) This afternoon, BC Premier Christy Clark announced the Province has officially approved and will move ahead with the controversial 8.5 billion dollar Site C hydroelectric project. This project will construct a dam and operate an 1100 megawatt hydroelectric station on the Peace River in northeast BC. “This is […]

by pmnationtalk on December 17, 2014238 Views

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Site C dam not clean, not green, not economical and not in the public interest, says Council of Canadians

December 16, 2014 Victoria — Today, after Premier Christy Clark  announced the approval of the controversial Site C dam, the Council of Canadians expressed its indignation over the B.C. government’s environmental short-sightedness. BC Hydro would be building its third dam on the Peace River, flooding 5,550 hectares of land over an 83-kilometre stretch of valley. […]

by pmnationtalk on December 17, 2014258 Views

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