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Premier John Horgan confirmed today that construction of the Site C dam will once again go ahead. ‘I know there are a lot of British Columbians who have never accepted this as an appropriate way for BC Hydro to go,’ he said. Photo via the BC government.
Premier John Horgan confirmed today that construction of the Site C dam will once again go ahead. ‘I know there are a lot of British Columbians who have never accepted this as an appropriate way for BC Hydro to go,’ he said. Photo via the BC government.
Protected Areas Campaigner Joe Foy standing by old-growth red cedar trees in spotted owl habitat in the Spuzzum Valley
Protected Areas Campaigner Joe Foy standing by old-growth red cedar trees in spotted owl habitat in the Spuzzum Valley
Northern spotted owls, pictured here in the Olympic National Forest in Washington State, were presumed extinct in the Canadian wild until a breeding pair was discovered in a B.C. valley slated for logging. A new provincial-federal nature agreement will work to protect species at risk in B.C., where no endangered species legislation currently exists. Photo: Bill Stevenson / Cavan
Northern spotted owls, pictured here in the Olympic National Forest in Washington State, were presumed extinct in the Canadian wild until a breeding pair was discovered in a B.C. valley slated for logging. A new provincial-federal nature agreement will work to protect species at risk in B.C., where no endangered species legislation currently exists. Photo: Bill Stevenson / Cavan
Kwekwecnewtxw - Protect the Inlet 2018 (Photo: Rouge Collection)
Kwekwecnewtxw - Protect the Inlet 2018 (Photo: Rouge Collection)