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.
Canada’s top court won’t hear an appeal from two B.C. First Nations worried that construction of an $8.8-billion hydroelectric dam would violate their constitutionally protected treaty rights.
British Columbia’s Premier in waiting John Horgan met with chiefs from across the province to discuss his plans when he takes over the job.
The BC Green Party has agreed to support the NDP in forming a new government and vowing to put a halt to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.
Assembly of First Nations and Amnesty International lead rally against Site C dam on Parliament Hill
British Columbia Premier Christy Clark has repeatedly said construction of the Site C dam is at a point of no return. But don’t tell that to the people on Parliament Hill today.
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Amnesty International takes aim at the Site C Dam.
A controversial hydroelectric project may have reached the point of no return, despite strong opposition.