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B.C.'s decision on $7.9B Site C dam should come by end of year
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B.C.'s decision on $7.9B Site C dam should come by end of year

VICTORIA -- British Columbia Energy Minister Bill Bennett says he isn't leaning in any direction when it comes to deciding whether to build the Site C hydroelectric megaproject on the Peace River. Bennett says he'll bring a project recommendation ... CTV News, 1 week ago
B.C. cabinet to weigh future of Site C dam StockHouse USA, 1 week ago
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A massive dam and a massive legal test

When the Supreme Court of Canada released its groundbreaking decision in Tsilhqotin Nation v. British Columbia this summer, there was an array of opinions on the impact it would have on resource development in the province. Some believed that ...
 Globe and Mail1 week ago Site C Dam Wins Environmental Assessment Approval  Huffington Post Canada1 week ago Massive Site C hydro dam in B.C. gets federal, provincial approval  Canadian Manufacturing1 week ago Permits approved for Site C hydro dam  Kelowna Capital1 week ago
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Site C dam construction could begin in 90 days, BC Hydro e-mail says

The e-mail from the project's senior environmental co-ordinator was sent out Friday to area municipal and aboriginal officials. Hudson's Hope Mayor Gwen Johansson says the e-mail calls into question the repeat assurances from Energy Minister Bill ...
 Globe and Mail3 days ago Dam Construction Could Begin In 90 Days: BC Hydro  Huffington Post Canada3 days ago Site C construction could begin in 90 says, BC Hydro tells communities  News 11303 days ago BC Hydro begins Site C construction countdown  StockHouse USA3 days ago
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Treaty 8 First Nations expected to challenge Site C dam in court

The approval of the proposed Site C dam by the Harper and the Clark government in British Columbia is very likely to be challenged in court by Treaty 8 First Nations which have Title to the Peace River Valley. On September 24, Grand Chief Stewart ...
 Council of Canadians1 week ago First Nations challenge to Site C approval could make dam a test case  Globe and Mail1 week ago Proposed Site C dam an important part of B.C.'s energy future  Noodls3 weeks ago First Nations' Ultimatum: Pick Between Dam And LNG  Huffington Post Canada4 weeks ago
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Business in Vancouver

Energy minister leaves door open to private producers

Site C is not a fait accompli despite rumours to the contrary, Energy and Mines Minister Bill Bennett said last week, one day after federal and provincial regulators gave the $7.9 billion hydroelectric dam project an environmental certificate. ...
 Business in Vancouver4 days ago B.C. energy minister on Site C  CBC1 week ago Site C not necessarily a slam dunk: Bennett  Business in Vancouver1 week ago

Opposition demands Mount Polley reports

Aerial photo shows work to contain Mount Polley tailings after dam breach at the mine near Williams Lake Aug. 4. —image credit: MInistry of Environment VICTORIA The B.C. government released its latest water test results from the Mount Polley ...
 Kelowna Capital2 weeks ago B.C. signed-off on tailings dam repair after fissure found in 2010  Globe and Mail2 weeks ago Mine dam inspections ordered across B.C.  Kelowna Capital2 months ago

Former B.C. Premier Bill Bennett's Alzheimer's sparks pledge, tributes

Former premier Bill Bennett, who dominated B.C. politics at the head of the Social Credit Party for more than a decade after the 1975 election, is suffering from the later stages of Alzheimer's disease, according to his family. The 87-year-old's ...
 Globe and Mail3 weeks ago
Energy Digital

World's First Full-Scale Carbon Capture And Storage Project To Launch At Canada's Boundary Dam Plant

The world's first commercial-scale carbon capture and storage (CCS) project is set to launch this week at a coal-fired power plant in Canada. The $1.4 billion development marks a major milestone for the fledgling technology, which is seen as ...
 International Business Times3 weeks ago SaskPower to cut ribbon on Boundary Dam carbon capture project  Canadian Manufacturing3 weeks ago SaskPower to launch world's first commercial-scale carbon capture plant at Boundary Dam  StockHouse USA3 weeks ago SaskPower set to unveil carbon-capture project  CTV News3 weeks ago
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Site C or LNG: pick one, say B.C. First Nations

Several B.C. First Nations are in Ottawa today to offer the federal government an ultimatum — it can have the Site C dam or liquefied-natural-gas development, but not both. Chief Roland Willson of the West Moberly First Nation says an 1899 ...
 CBC1 month ago

Imperial Metals Says It Has Funds for Dam Repair as Probe Begins

Aug. 18 (Bloomberg) -- Imperial Metals Corp. assured investors it has the money to cleanup a mine waste spill at its Mount Polley mine as British Columbia commissioned an independent probe into the Aug. 4 accident. Imperial Metals is confident we ...
 La Repubblica2 months ago Imperial Metals Says It Has Fund as Dam Probe Begins  Bloomberg2 months ago Imperial Says It Has Funds for Dam Repair as Probe Begins  La Repubblica2 months ago UPDATE 2-Canada's Imperial Metals raising money to clean up mine waste spill  Reuters2 months ago
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