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Lindsay Brown Jun 12
I still can't believe BCNDP is forcing a major violation of Treaty 8 for a project that its own Utilities Commission said is unnecessary & more expensive than viable alternatives--& that was BEFORE the govt announced was another $2bn over budget. WHAT ARE WE DOING?
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IntegrityBC Jun 14
Donations by the Site C Power Brokers (July 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017) $923,525
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Sarah Cox Jun 11
Hard not to be cynical about start of review announced today, supposedly to keep rates low while building unnecessary $10.7 billion dam. BC Hydro will review itself. Genius.
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Bob Fedderly Jun 14
To voters paying attention this will verify what was suspected all along. Fix was in. inquiry for public relations only. As is the recently announced self review.
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WitnessForThePeace Jun 10
This is what BC Hydro is doing to Class 1 farmland because of
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Diane Culling Jun 15
It isn't too late to pull the plug on and join the 21st Century
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The Narwhal Jun 13
Bureaucrats prepared Site C dam press release a week before NDP reportedly made decision to proceed
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Susan DeSandoli 13h
Future generations will be paying for dam, financially, with loss of farmland, and with an issue with mercury. It's not logical to expect that developing nations will trade a dependency on foreign oil for dependency on foreign LNG while alternatives become more viable.
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Arlene Boon Jun 14
The Silence is Deafening Check out the new blog post -
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Norm Farrell - In-Sights.ca Jun 14
A message in my inbox is worth repeating, "Big problem is people who we do not get to vote for wield a disproportionate amount of power."
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Norm Farrell - In-Sights.ca Jun 14
It seems a large proportion of voters expect to be lied to and are not bothered when politicians use untruthfulness as a regular tools. Trump supporters are an example. Ford nation is another. Many of us who listened to NDP's lies are not as accepting.
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Lindsay Brown Jun 17
Replying to @BowinnMa
..Can you please explain why the dam is going ahead despite the fact they can't find stable bedrock, it's going massively over-budget as a result, and they have brought in Italian engineers in desperate bid to find rock? Independent engineering safety review please
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ClimateChange Steves Jun 17
Replying to @GillPowell4
95% of BC can't grow food. Only 1.1% of BC soil can grow vegetables. 3.9% can grow hay for cattle & some tree fruits. farms should be banned in the UBC's Dr. Sheppard estimates rooftop solar in Vancouver can provide power for 900,000 homes & it's cheaper than
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ClimateChange Steves Jun 16
I've been fighting ever since I helped teach a Grad seminar at UBC in 1960 on climate & agriculture. We brought in the in 1973 & still have to fight to keep it. Time has run out. are crimes against humanity.
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rita wong Jun 11
is a debt bomb we need to defuse Here's what the violence looks like: dirt moved around from one part of the river to another. When BC stops the wasteful destruction & respects the Peace River, the land will grow back. Tree growth is already returning from cuts 3 yrs ago
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Norm Farrell - In-Sights.ca Jun 13
It seems the BC cabinet did not make the decision on as they claimed. Who were the people making the decision and when was it made? As with BC Rail, the public may never know the truth.
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Bob Fedderly Jun 15
Replying to @billmckibben @bchydro
As this trend continues the market for expensive dam generated export power vaporizes. management should pay attention to this rather than forging ahead blindly spending on flooding valleys with no demand for the power.
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Lindsay Brown Jun 17
Replying to @BowinnMa
..Because you really can't bring up the engineering mistakes on the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge without also taking questions on the engineering uncertainties at . Will you vouch for its safety? Will Minister Mungall? BC Hydro is trying to build it on silt & shale.
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Lindsay Brown Jun 16
ICYMI, journalist Sarah Cox FOI'd all the govt's communications on prior to Horgan's Dec 11 "decision." Turns out decision was made long before. But also: while FOIs are very revealing, they're ALSO heavily redacted. What's still in there?
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ClimateChange Steves Jun 17
Replying to @GillPowell4 @rblines
Why can't you get it through your head that we don't need if Vancouver produces it's own power. Our ranch is north of Kamloops and works, but there is plenty of existing power for the rest of BC if Metro Vancouver produces it's own.
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