Canada

June 24, 2009

Statistics for Media

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"B.C. First Nation To Proceed With Site C Dam ‘Megatrial’"

"In a six-month trial, the provincial NDP government will have to fight against the treaty rights of Indigenous peoples whose traditional territory and burial grounds will be destroyed by a hydro project — one that now could be cancelled at the eleventh hour"

"West Moberly First Nations will proceed with a Site C dam “megatrial” following six months of confidential talks with the B.C. government and BC Hydro aimed at avoiding litigation, chief Roland Willson announced on Tuesday.

Source: The Narwhal, 09/03/2019

"Inside The Tsilhqot’in Nation’s Battle Against Taseko Mines"

"A proposed copper and gold mine has been rejected twice by the federal government for its impacts on Fish Lake, an area considered sacred by the Tsilhqot’in. But B.C.’s mining laws allow the company to move ahead with exploration work anyway. That doesn’t square with Tsilhqot’in law and the community says it won’t back down".

Source: The Narwhal, 08/12/2019

"10 Takeaways From The Star’s 'Undeniable' Climate Change Series"

"For the past nine weeks, the Star’s Undeniable project has brought readers to the frontlines of climate change in Canada. In every region chronicled in the 16-part series, climate change is already affecting people, infrastructure, wildlife and the natural environment."

Source: Toronto Star, 07/18/2019

Canada Signals Willingness to Challenge Trump on His Clean-Car Rollback

"Canada has signaled a willingness to buck one of President Trump’s most significant environmental rollbacks — a major weakening of auto pollution standards — by signing a clean-car deal with California, the state leading the fight against the rollback."

Source: NY Times, 06/27/2019

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