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The Tyee 15 May 18
Oil sands cleanup costs are forecast at $27 billion to $48 billion; companies have posted only $1.4 billion to cover future costs.
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Sage Legal 14 May 18
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 14 May 18
Political news isn't filtered in BC ?
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Sage Legal 14 May 18
Vaughn Palmer weighs in on why the feds have decided not to fight fthis summer's injunction:
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Lindsay Brown 15 May 18
Replying to @island_cynic @Dave_Eby
And while is at it, maybe he can follow Canada's lead on the injunction too, & withdraw the BC govt's & especially BC Hydro's aggressive posture on the injunction & stop work while the First Nations Treaty 8 infringement case is heard in BC Supreme Court.
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 16 May 18
BC Government's uneconomic policy: In three fiscal years (2015, 2016 & 2017), BC sold the Canadian entitlement to Columbia River power to customers outside BC and realized $357 million. Meanwhile, BC Hydro paid IPPs $1.2 billion for the same quantity of power.
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 13 May 18
In its Response to Civil Claim, Canada admits that it did not make a legal determination on whether infringes Treaty 81, and states that the issue must either be “tested” by the Court at trial or resolved “in other contexts beyond litigation”.
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Bill Miner 17 May 18
needs to clean house at BC Hydro & remove all liberal hacks. needs to be terminated. BC Hydro needs to be realigned to 21 century environmental standards on path with the rest progressive renewable energy standards of the 🌍
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Lindsay Brown 16 May 18
Colombia: tens of thousands of ordered to evacuate after at major dam; 600 made homeless already. is at risk too; in an age of flooding they're trying to build a mega-dam on shale & silt. Safety unclear. What are we doing?
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 16 May 18
That some batshit crazy argument: the former Chair of Ontario Hydro, Manitoba Hydro and BC Hydro isn't qualified to be an expert witness on hydro power.
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NWT Chapter – CoC 16 May 18
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Christopher Pollon 17 May 18
thanks for publishing the thoughtful review of my book, The Peace in Peril.
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Poets for the Peace 16 May 18
Stop before it bankrupts BC! Respect the sacred Peace River Valley!
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 17 May 18
proponents want us to believe that human resources are available to build a dam on a difficult site but integrating renewables is too complex to be achieved in BC, even if it is done elsewhere in the world.
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 17 May 18
Recent study showed that half of all Europeans could produce their own electricity either at home, as part of a cooperative, or in their small business. Small actors could meet almost half of Europe’s total needs.
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FightC 17 May 18
The federal government ignored a direct question about the dam and Treaty rights violations during a review of Canada’s record earlier today at the
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Ben Parfitt 25 Apr 18
New public opinion research is clear. " . . . importance of protecting wild salmon in BC cannot be over stated." Nearly 2 thirds of British Columbians strongly agree. &
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Ben Parfitt 15 May 18
Broke and can't pay. Broke and can't pay. Broke and can't pay. We've heard this sad refrain before. We'll hear it again. Thank you Mitch Anderson. via
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The Star Vancouver 16 May 18
Cree elder and Indigenous rights activist Vernon Harper, who organized the Native People’s Caravan from Vancouver to Ottawa, had died. He was 85.
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Terrence Paul 15 May 18
Replying to @BenParfittCCPA
Stop Site C
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