Monthly Archives: January 2013

Executive summary of the #sitec environm

Executive summary of the #sitec environmental impact study http://ow.ly/hhAUl #yxj #bcpoli #vanpoli #cdnpoli #ecocide

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My radio interview with #CBCDaybreakNort

My radio interview with #CBCDaybreakNorth this morning on PVEA’s concerns with #SiteC http://ow.ly/hhrW8 #yxj #bcpoli #cdnpoli #vanpoli #ydq

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“However, Arlene Boon, who has been tol

“However, Arlene Boon, who has been told she would have to move, said there is no mitigating the stress these projects place on residents. She said she will lose her home, her farm, her business and her livelihood. “If you … Continue reading

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One correction to the article – the fede

One correction to the article – the federal government does not make the decision – they make a recommendation to the provincial government. Ultimately, the decision will be made by the governing party of BC. Let’s hope that they bring … Continue reading

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This article lists the many, many destru

This article lists the many, many destructive impacts that the dam will have on fish, birds and wildlife…”Jackson said Hydro determined four valued components will endure losses due to the project — fish and fish habitat, vegetation and ecological community, … Continue reading

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This article lists the many, many destru

This article lists the many, many destructive impacts that the dam will have on fish, birds and wildlife…”Jackson said Hydro determined four valued components will endure losses due to the project — fish and fish habitat, vegetation and ecological community, … Continue reading

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“He also scored some political points a

“He also scored some political points as an opponent of BC Hydro’s controversial proposal to build a hydroelectric dam at Site C on the Peace River, flooding a significant tract of farmland as well as some heritage sites. As it … Continue reading

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