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Former B.C. premier Bill Bennett dies at 83 after years of Alzheimer's disease
His family said in an obituary that Bennett cherished his time with them and had a quick wit and great sense of humour.
The Canadian Press
Dec 4th, 2015
Grizzly bears seen as gold for mining, B.C. gov't emails reveal
FOI investigation reveals that senior B.C. bureaucrats seized on the province's rising grizzly bear numbers —disputed by researchers—to "mitigate” the impacts of mining
Mar 12th, 2015
Letter to NEB: "I wish to withdraw my participation as a commenter"
Feb 17th, 2015
Grizzly trophy hunt depends on support from provincial government insiders
Despite "overwhelming" evidence that grizzly hunting is unsustainable, political influence keeps it going
Jan 13th, 2015
Premier announces additional funding for B.C. mine safety and permit process
"we have a significant opportunity to create thousands of jobs by opening new mines and expanding existing ones," says Clark.
Jan 26th, 2015
First Nations clean energy funding tops $5.8 million
The Fund aims to promote increased First Nations participation in the clean energy sector through up to $500,000 in equity funding for First Nations to invest in clean energy projects.
Jan 6th, 2015
Why B.C. can expect more Mount Polley-style disasters
If the breach of the Mount Polley tailings pond can bring anything into sharper focus, it is that our relationship with industry in this province is heading in the wrong direction.
Aug 15th, 2014