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Michael Moore's hope in the Trump era; The Wife’s...
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Your numerology cycles September 16–30
Black paint on a blackboard
Doomed to repeat it? Indelible history
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Amnesty International calls for halt to Site C, dam threatens indigenous rights
Amnesty International is calling for a stop work order on British Columbia’s $8.8 billion Site C hydroelectric dam, saying the mega project on the Peace River threatens the human...
Aug 9th, 2016
Environmentalists challenge BC Hydro's right to relocate amphibians
An environmentalist is alleging that the BC government knowingly overstepped its authority when it gave permission for BC Hydro to move tadpoles and frogs from an area near the planned Site C Dam.
Jul 21st, 2016
SITE C DAM: Two First Nations will suffer if old-growth forest are cleared — lawyer
Treaty 8 wants stop-work order for the clearing of the equivalent of 4,500 truckloads of timber along the south bank of the Peace River.
The Canadian Press
Aug 19th, 2015
Why BC’s future should be a geothermal one
If BC leaders took a trip to Reykjavik in Iceland, they could learn how the city benefits from the largest district heating system in the world.
Nov 18th, 2014
Court challenges launched to provincial and federal approvals for $8 Billion Site C Dam
The petition asks the BC Supreme Court to quash the provincial Environmental Assessment Certificate granted Oct. 14 to BC Hydro for the Site C Dam Project.
Oct 29th, 2014
What the Site C Dam is really for: an explosion of new fracking wells
Whatever else it's supposed to do, Site C is clearly intended to supply the fracking industry.
Aug 10th, 2014
Peace Out, Beasts of the Southern Wild, Collaborator, Neil Young Journeys and Ice Age
This week's new movies in Vancouver span the spectrum from ho hum to happening.
Jul 12th, 2012