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Mount Polley Mine
Quesnel Lake future still cloudy after Mount Polley mine disaster: report
A lake in British Columbia likely survived a major pollution disaster when a tailings pond at the Mount Polley mine collapsed last summer, but it needs constant monitoring to track any long-term...
May 5th, 2015
"It's gone": Imperial Metals' Mount Polley tailings spill disrupts future of local fishing lodge
“I planned on dying here,” Skeed Borkowski, owner of the Northern Lights Lodge, said. “But not from drinking the water.”
Aug 27th, 2014
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
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
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
Ground zero of the Imperial Metals Mount Polley disaster: it ain't pretty (PHOTOS)
It’s Monday, August 11th, and both my gumboots are dangerously sinking into the muck I’m trying to cross. I took far too bold a step towards a sturdy log ahead as I’m trying to cross a sludge river...
Aug 14th, 2014
Locals refuse to drink water near Mount Polley despite authorities' assurances
Residents surrounding the Mount Polley mine are concerned about using the local water, even after officials have cleared it for drinking.
Aug 11th, 2014