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B.C. Supreme Court drops bombshell on B.C. natural gas industry

B.C. Supreme Court drops bombshell on B.C. natural gas industry

B.C. infringed treaty, must stop approving industrial development in natural gas heartland
Helicopter drops water on burning CN Rail locomotive

Helicopter drops water on burning CN Rail locomotive

Fire stops train 30 kilometres east of Chetwynd
DC Fire Department has cool down hose out until 6pm on Wednesday

DC Fire Department has cool down hose out until 6pm on Wednesday

Until 6pm Wednesday afternoon.
Smoky skies bulletin issued, wildfire smoke moving into Peace region

Smoky skies bulletin issued, wildfire smoke moving into Peace region

Northern Health has issued a smoky skies bulletin for the province. The air quality index in the city is currently rated at 4 and above. Smoke concentrations will vary as winds, fire behaviour, and temperatures change.
Residential school survivors pushed for decades to demolish building in northern B.C.

Residential school survivors pushed for decades to demolish building in northern B.C.

Survivors of a residential school in northern British Columbia have given the community strength and courage to keep pushing in a decades-long fight to demolish the building, says the deputy chief of the Daylu Dena Council.
WATCH: W.A.C Bennett Dam construction in the 1960s

WATCH: W.A.C Bennett Dam construction in the 1960s

Dam remains one of the largest earth-fill structures in the world
'Too hot': British Columbians flock to hotels for air conditioning

'Too hot': British Columbians flock to hotels for air conditioning

BC Hotel Association says occupancy in some parts of the province is 100 per cent.
Spills planned at WAC Bennett and Peace Canyon dams

Spills planned at WAC Bennett and Peace Canyon dams

BC Hydro is preparing for a short duration spill at both WAC Bennett and Peace Canyon dams due to greater than anticipated inflows to Williston Reservoir.
W.A.C. Bennet Dam breach sirens set to be dismantled

W.A.C. Bennet Dam breach sirens set to be dismantled

A set of 25-year-old dam breach warning sirens in Hudson's Hope are set to be dismantled next week.
Report calls for public takeover of old oil and gas wells to fund their cleanup

Report calls for public takeover of old oil and gas wells to fund their cleanup

A new report by a group of independent researchers concludes that most of Alberta's energy wells no longer hold enough oil and gas to pay for their cleanup.