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Halting Site C Now Will Save Up to $2 Billion, Says UBC Report
Demand projections show power not needed, will be sold at a loss. Halting work on the Site C dam could
Why BC Liberals Blocked Usual Independent Review for Site C
People are still questioning BC Liberals’ review of Site C. Politicians wanted to avoid tough questions about need for project,
Is Site C Really ‘Past the Point of No Return?’
Cancelling unneeded, expensive, high-risk dam still smart choice, former CEO, economist say. It’s a lot of work getting a riverbank
What do you need to know about the Site C dam? Let’s investigate together.
I spent all summer reporting on the megaproject, and still have so many questions. So I’ve teamed up with The Tyee
After years of decline, caribou herd shows signs of recovery
A caribou cow in a pen near Chetwynd. The new mother was one of 17 animals released back into the
Sierra Club wants judicial review of Site C Wildlife Act exemptions
The Sierra Club BC and environmentalist Josette Wier filed a petition for judicial review in B.C. Supreme Court July 20,
Tumbler Ridge man fined $2,400 for selling elk meat
A Tumbler Ridge man pled guilty to two counts of trafficking wildlife meat earlier this month, receiving a $2,400 fine
Brewing a burgeoning business in Peace Region
GP Brewing president Matt Toni and head brewer Jim Lague in their newly opened tasting room.Grain Bin Beer and GP
Paddle for the Peace takes on new political urgency
Green leader Elizabeth May calls Site C ‘a monstrosity,’ says Trudeau must seek new advice on damDipping a paddle in
11th annual Paddle for the Peace to launch as Site C construction nears one year
The 11th annual Paddle for the Peace will take to the waters Saturday, July 9, and organizers are expecting it
Q&A: Dr. Harry Swain, former Site C panel chair becomes outspoken opponent
Dr. Harry Swain knows more than most about the Site C dam. With a Ph.D. in economic geography and 22
Bringing an equal voice to Parliament with Daughters of the Vote
  Partway through a double major in political science and history, Casey Toews realized she really loves working with her