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Sierra Club BC 7h
With the full legal trial launching soon, we’re potentially at a turning point in this campaign against . It’s more important than ever to speak out in solidarity with West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations. Find out how:
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Norm Farrell, SD44 Board Candidate 21h
These days, because of careful engineering and safe construction methods, dams never collapse. Unless they do.
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BCRatepayers 6h
Union of BC Indian Chiefs calls on BC Premier & Attorney General to denounce & formally apologize for statements made during the injunction hearings
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Norm Farrell, SD44 Board Candidate Sep 22
To counter this fact, friends of BC Hydro stepped up their disinformation campaign.
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Stewart Muir Sep 19
British Columbia’s electricity use soared in 2017, meaning that defending the decision just got a whole lot easier.
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John Yano 5h
Rationale for ‘Utter Nonsense,’ Says Former Hydro CEO via
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Dr. Sarah Boon Sep 18
I'm not a geotechnical engineer, but it seems kind of dumb to build a dam on shale instead of bedrock.
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BCRatepayers 6h
Muskrat Falls experience a warning for B.C.'s : expert
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Norm Farrell, SD44 Board Candidate Sep 18
They've grown comfortable with telling lies at BC Hydro. With FN court case looming, BC Hydro may have spent billions for nothing. Ignoring treaties and constitutional rights of FNs may make the most expensive power facility to never operate.
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Sarah Cox Sep 18
BC's fertile Peace region notably absent from today's announcement about helping young farmers. Not surprising given dam will destroy prime Peace farmland. N/E BC -- now an industrial sacrifice zone?
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ClimateChange Steves Sep 16
Climate change is World War III, & we are leaderless in Canada too. With the buy-out of the pipeline Trudeau is Trump with a pretty face. There's hope from Canada's , but not from Alta. supporting tar sands, or BC supporting &
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Susan DeSandoli Sep 20
Replying to @SusanFDe
I thought Teck might have had a bump in production from smelter ops, but that doesn't look likely either. The only other high consumption I know of is aluminum. Neither smelter has any use for power.
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Kjell Liem Sep 16
Replying to @KjellLiem
And often repeated lie. If the intent of the was not to allow homeowners to sell excess power why did the provincial cabinet direct the energy price to be "generally consistent" with the *truly* large Independent Power Producers?
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amw 319 Sep 18
my 2 cents: it's all academic. BC Hydro is going bust. the next round of solar + battery storage evolution, in <10 years, will allow most commercial business & single family home owners to exit the grid. revenue will disappear. fast. will just accelerate their demise.
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Guardineer 14h
Not rocket science. Why not put on all municipal and federal buildings?
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Lindsay Brown Sep 20
So why are we submerging one of BC's best agricultural valleys with a dam for energy we don't need & that will cost far more than cleaner alternatives? Can anyone explain this, without reference to corruption?
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AACC Sep 21
Weaver and Suzuki Clash on Greens’ Role: "Party could have brought down the government", says David Suzuki .
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AACC Sep 21
Replying to @nathancullen
'A reconciliation fail': B.C. First Nations promise court action over NDP's approval of : So you are on the show me don't tell me crowd? You have an opportunity to show what side you are on maintaining the status quo or real reconciliation.
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Susan DeSandoli 1h
can we hire the same auditors to look at before it's too late?
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allan crawshaw Sep 19
"This collection of insightful & informed essays leaves no doubt about the true & devastating costs of . Until we heed the evidence to cancel this project, these costs will continue to accrue, unnecessarily burdening us & future generations... ~ Sonia Furstenau MLA
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