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Photo: Sipekne'katik flag waves at the proposed brine storage site, Tori Ball
| January 27, 2016

Site C: Flooding farmland to benefit the fossil fuel industry

January 16, 2016
| The B.C. government says it needs to build a massive dam on the Peace River to generate hydro power for the province's future. Ben Parfitt says Site C is all about the plan to liquify natural gas.
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| August 26, 2015
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| May 29, 2015
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| May 27, 2015

Tar sands pipeline politics -- now it's Energy East

Image: Environmental Defence Canada/flickr

In a recent CBC radio interview on the politics show The House, Gary Doer, Canada's ambassador to the United States, discussed Republican gains in the recent U.S. mid-term election. He predicted that a Republican-controlled U.S. Senate will likely vote to endorse the Keystone XL pipeline by amending an energy efficiency bill. Keystone XL, if then also approved by U.S. President Barack Obama, would transport diluted bitumen from the Alberta tar sands south through the U.S. to Gulf Coast refineries and ports.


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October 8, 2014 |
The B.C. Liberal government's singular focus on liquid natural gas development in their speech from the throne was significant for its lack of detail on where the government is going with this file.
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| October 8, 2014
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