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For Kwadacha First Nation, healing from W.A.C. Bennett dam a work in progress

For Kwadacha First Nation, healing from W.A.C. Bennett dam a work in progress

BC Hydro recognizes devastating effects of 1960s dam project on First Nations upstream as construction continues on Site C
BC Hydro acknowledges W.A.C. Bennett dam's dark side

BC Hydro acknowledges W.A.C. Bennett dam's dark side

A new exhibit at the tourist destination recognizes how the dam displaced Aboriginal People upstream and destroyed livelihoods
BC Hydro poll shows 'broad' backing of Site C, but signs of growing resistance

BC Hydro poll shows 'broad' backing of Site C, but signs of growing resistance

49 per cent support project unconditionally
Feds warn BC Hydro after Site C air quality monitors fail to function

Feds warn BC Hydro after Site C air quality monitors fail to function

Air monitors test for carbon monoxide, airborne particulate, sulphur dioxide
Key federal minister on Site C file leaves to seek addictions treatment

Key federal minister on Site C file leaves to seek addictions treatment

Unclear if change at the top will affect federal permits
'What's in that fish?' Scientists set to launch major study of mercury in Williston Lake

'What's in that fish?' Scientists set to launch major study of mercury in Williston Lake

Lake has been subject of a mercury advisory since 1980s
Lawsuit still 'hanging over' former Site C protest campers

Lawsuit still 'hanging over' former Site C protest campers

BC Hydro denies SLAPP suit claims
BC Hydro, minister fire back at academics' call to halt Site C

BC Hydro, minister fire back at academics' call to halt Site C

Royal Society calls for additional review of $8.8 billion dam
Energy minister fires back after Adrian Dix claims Site C over budget

Energy minister fires back after Adrian Dix claims Site C over budget

Dix says contingencies have been spent on budget items. Bennett: 'I don't know what the hell he's talking about.'
West Moberly Chief critical of federal consultation on new Site C permits

West Moberly Chief critical of federal consultation on new Site C permits

The chief of the West Moberly First Nation worries that the federal government wants to proceed with new Site C permits needed for continued construction without first responding to information requests and questions sent to them by First Nations.