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Nisga'a Nation spearheads a major LNG project in British Columbia

Nisga'a Nation spearheads a major LNG project in British Columbia

The Ksi Lisims LNG project, led by the Nisg̱a’a Nation in British Columbia, faces intense scrutiny over its environmental impact and implications for Indigenous rights as it nears a production level comparable to the province's largest LNG operation.

Shannon Waters reports for The Narwhal.

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Climate change poses severe health risks in British Columbia

Climate change poses severe health risks in British Columbia

A recent report from Vancouver Coastal Health highlights the urgent and diverse health risks posed by climate change in British Columbia, with specific concerns for vulnerable populations.

Michelle Gamage reports for The Tyee.

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Fish out of water: North American drought bakes salmon

An unprecedented drought across much of British Columbia, Canada, and Washington and Oregon, U.S., during the summer and fall months of June through October could have dire impacts on Pacific salmon populations, biologists warn.

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BC Hydro apologizes for $128-million Site C dam data error

Undisclosed employees quietly handed out $558 million in direct-award contracts, including $92 million to SNC Lavalin, new information shows.

B.C.’s most ‘polluting and risky’ mines

B.C.’s most ‘polluting and risky’ mines revealed

Mining is big business in B.C. and it’s an industry that produces a lot of waste. A new report highlights 11 mines of concern and what’s stopping the province from getting them to clean up their acts.

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BC Hydro secretly handed out $430 million in Site C contracts

Beleaguered engineering firm SNC-Lavalin was among the big winners of no-bid contracts for the over-budget hydro project on B.C.’s Peace River, according to documents obtained by The Narwhal.

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