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Photos: Half Moon Run heats up Snowy Vancouver
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Saskatchewan, B.C., toughen deposit requirements for cleanup of oil and gas wells
Companies buying energy assets in Saskatchewan and British Columbia are facing higher deposit costs for environmental remediation after a precedent-setting court case in Alberta that dealt with...
The Canadian Press
Sep 22nd, 2016
Oil spill communication improved since English Bay leak, says Coast Guard
Spill posed no significant human health risk but nearby residents were advised to reduce fume intake by closing windows and turning off air conditioners.
The Canadian Press
Jun 15th, 2015
Impact of Imperial Metals Mount Polley spill on Quesnel Lake still "virtually unknown"
Nearly three weeks have passed since the Mount Polley mine spill. Yet cleanup hasn't started and the impacts on Quesnel Lake are still entirely unknown.
Aug 23rd, 2014
No start date in sight for Imperial Metals' Mount Polley spill cleanup
Sludge from the Imperial Metals Mount Polley mine tailings pond still clogs what used to be Hazeltine Creek and extends out into Quesnel Lake. No cleanup date is set.
Aug 14th, 2014
Vancouver riot clean up brings city back together
What made Ted, a high school student, come to clean up after the riots from yesterday's Stanley Cup loss? "Shame," he said, lowering his eyes. "We want to show that not all Canucks fans are like that...
Jun 16th, 2011
“What have they done to the earth? What have they done to our fair sister?”
“From the air I could see 3000-5000 feet of black smoke… and what seemed like one fire was actually dozens of fires," Kris Krug writes from the Gulf, where he traveled to document the BP Deepwater Hor
Jul 1st, 2010