Canada’s environment and climate change minister had little to say Tuesday about two different letters…
Chiefs from Treaty 8 came to Victoria, B.C. last week week to return three yellow stakes to NDP Premier John Horgan and two of his ministers.
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The Site C dam will be completed the British Columbia’s NDP government says, but it is warning the price tag will be higher than estimated.
The B.C. government has three options to deal with the troubled Site C dam in the northern part of the province and they all involve billions of dollars.
Premier John Horgan says British Columbia’s $8.8 billion Site C dam project could face ongoing legal battles over Indigenous rights and may eventually end up in the Supreme Court of Canada.
A new report concludes that it would be cheaper to cancel the Site C dam than to delay the $8.8-billion megaproject in northeast British Columbia.
British Columbia’s New Democrat government has requested an independent review of the $8.8-billion Site C dam, threatening thousands of construction jobs on what was a signature megaproject for former premier Christy Clark.