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allan crawshaw Apr 2
First Nations rejected $28 million in dam deal ~ court documents reveal ⬇️
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 49m
One way to hide costs is to have the Ministry of Transportation pay for related infrastructure. This bridge and road project has a 9-figure budget.
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allan crawshaw Mar 31
Blueberry River joins call for Suspension ⬇️
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Site C Summit 10h
Gamblers: Horgan: $6.6 B and $10.2 B hydro Williams: $12.7 B hydro Kenney: $7.5 B Risky bets
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Lindsay Brown Apr 5
Not just China's tar sands investments but Korea too, Royal Dutch Shell... & serve the tar sands. (Fracking for condensate for the tar sands, to greenwash the fracking/LNG...It's all connected.) And yes, BC can't feed itself if we flood the Peace Valley
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Judith Sayers 2h
This is just not right. They need to close down these construction sites like and and
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BillHorne 9h
Could the BC NDP be any more rigidly committed to costly boondoggles like now if they had openly favoured them before election instead of [sort of] opposing?
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Norm Farrell, IN-SIGHTS.CA 1h
Replying to @albertarabbit
Christians have a book that offers sage advice.
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Arlene Boon Apr 5
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MOAR✋🤚washing #StayHome #StoptheSpread ☠️#COVID19 Apr 5
Many in BC have questioned , which will flood PRIME BC agricultural land to supply 's needs, not supply BC or Canada. Everything should NOT be sold off to highest bidders for industry gains and at Cdn expense.
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Kristin 11h
The longer delays shutting down the more lives he risks. Why are non essential industrial construction projects still going in BC?? Doug Ford (DOUG FORD) already shut them down but the NDP keeps them open. Remember this.
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Jackie O 19h
Holy. Scrap this project already! Workers injured after pier collapse at Halfway River Bridge
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allan crawshaw Apr 4
BC Hydro suspends dam shuttle ~ 6 people in self isolation at work camp following its establishment of screening measures ⬇️
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The Narwhal Apr 2
Until now, BC Hydro has withheld financial details on the secret deals it proposed for the dam. But court documents reveal West Moberly First Nations rejected a $28 million offer, calling the project an unjustifiable infringement of treaty rights.
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"Two workers were injured, and both were transported to the hospital. The workers were performing work on one of the piers when it collapsed."Workers injured after pier collapse at Halfway River Bridge
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