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Amnesty International pushes feds to halt Site C, launches 'global campaign' against dam

Amnesty International pushes feds to halt Site C, launches 'global campaign' against dam

Report 'marks the beginning of a global campaign by Amnesty to halt Site C’s construction'
Site C critics ‘disappointed’ by Trudeau Site C approvals

Site C critics ‘disappointed’ by Trudeau Site C approvals

New government issues first round of water, fisheries permits for controversial project
Hydro demand projections off by half a Site C, annual report shows

Hydro demand projections off by half a Site C, annual report shows

3,351 gigawatt-hour shortfall argument against controversial dam, critics say
Sierra Club wants judicial review of Site C Wildlife Act exemptions

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.
BC Hydro, Alberta First Nation reach Site C deal

BC Hydro, Alberta First Nation reach Site C deal

Dene Tha' will get a lump sum payment and contracting opportunities
Protester who disrupted deadly Site C meeting still waiting for answers

Protester who disrupted deadly Site C meeting still waiting for answers

Terry Hadland knocked over posters and tables at Site C event, triggering call to police that left masked man dead
PRRD passes on public hearing for Site C liquor licence

PRRD passes on public hearing for Site C liquor licence

Camp company is applying to run a licenced lounge in the facility
'Site C Gastro Lounge': dam project applies for liquor licence for worker camp

'Site C Gastro Lounge': dam project applies for liquor licence for worker camp

Lounge would only be open to camp workers and their guests
No more drilling in Peace-Moberly Tract: province

No more drilling in Peace-Moberly Tract: province

Oil and gas rights will no longer be auctioned in an area near the Saulteau and West Moberly First Nations reserves
Dawson Creek RCMP calls down 14 per cent during first half of 2016

Dawson Creek RCMP calls down 14 per cent during first half of 2016

2016 is shaping up to be a slower year for Mounties in Dawson Creek, according to new statistics from the RCMP. The local detachment has respond to 3,416 calls so far this year, according to statistics presented at the June 27 city council meeting.