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Plan to drain more Williston Reservoir water scrapped

A proposal to lower Williston Reservoir by running more water through the W.A.C. Bennett dam is no longer on the table. BC Hydro had considered reducing the reservoir's minimum operating level from 2,147 feet above sea level to 2,140 as a backup ... Alaska Highway News, 1 month ago
Williston Reservoir emissions a big question mark Alaska Highway News, 1 month ago

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English football's dark side exposed as former players speak about sexual abuse

The abuses were first uncovered two decades ago with the conviction of English coach Barry Bennell in the United States. Former English soccer players who were subjected to years of sexual abuse by youth team coaches entrusted with their care are ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Ex-Soccer Players Detail Abuse by Youth Team Coaches  Athletic Business1 week ago Former English soccer players break silence a...  Dotemirates.com1 week ago Soccer Victims of sexual abuse speak out in week that shook the English game  The Guardian1 week ago

Quake dam burst new NZ threat

A WALL of water is sweeping down New Zealand's Clarence River after breaking through earthquake debris that had slipped into the river. Marlborough Borough Council has urged residents to move to higher ground immediately. Sixteen rafters who were ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia3 weeks ago New Zealand Earthquake tourist advice: Is it safe to travel?  Irish Independent3 weeks ago

N.W.T. Dene leaders call for halt to B.C.'s Site C dam construction

Water flowing from the dam area into Dene territory protected under agreements, says Bill Erasmus Dene leaders in the N.W.T. are calling for an immediate halt on construction of the Site C Dam in northern B.C., saying it violates treaty rights on ...
 CBC1 month ago

Contractors, companies clash on local hires for Site C dam

Peter Kiss, owner and president of Morgan Construction, doesn't think his company is getting a fair shake in the debate over local hires for the construction of the Site C dam. His Edmonton-based company was awarded the contract from BC Hydro for ...
 Alaska Highway News1 day ago

A large undertaking

IWP&DC provides an update on construction work being carried out or recently completed at selected large dam projects across the globe Large dam construction is currently underway throughout the globe, with a number of projects hitting the ...
 International Water Power & Dam Construction2 days ago

Site C faces first volley in barrage of legal challenges

When his neighbours first talked about suing the provincial government to stop the Site C dam, Ross Peck had his doubts. "I must admit, when we made the decision to go this route, I was a little apprehensive," said Peck, who lives in the Peace ...
 Alaska Highway News2 days ago

​B.C. unveils aggressive plan to electrify natural gas fields

B.C. Energy Minister Bill Bennett. Image: Government of British Columbia B.C. will offer incentives for natural gas producers to move onto the electricity grid and lean on the Trudeau government to fund new transmission lines as part of an ...
 Jwnenergy.com5 days ago Province unveils aggressive plan to electrify B.C. natural gas fields  Alaska Highway News6 days ago

A tale of two Site C polls

A majority of British Columbians support hitting the pause button on the controversial Site C dam project, a new poll has found. According to an Insights West poll released Nov. 16, 73 per cent of B.C. residents support halting construction and ...
 Alaska Highway News3 weeks ago

On time and on budget? Show us the numbers

The large camp that has been set up to house workers for the Site C dam project is a glaring reminder of the excessive costs associated with this project, and the lack of spin off benefits to the area. We are told that the project is of course ...
 Alaska Highway News1 month ago Compete for workers: Grand opening at amenities-heavy Site C camp  Alaska Highway News1 month ago
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