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Jun 19, 2015

Harper and Clark approve LNG Canada project in B.C.

Brent Patterson
The Harper and Clark governments have approved the LNG Canada project. While this is the first to be approved under a federal-provincial streamlined process, more could be on the way.
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May 27, 2015
Source: CCPA-BC

Let's take a clear look at B.C. LNG

Marc Lee
A new report considers the ambition of the LNG enterprise as envisioned by the B.C. government, and delivers the first assessment of the cumulative impacts of LNG development.
Blog
Jan 6, 2015
Photo: kris krüg/flickr

Energy shift requires shift in conversation

David Suzuki
Pervasive fossil fuel infrastructure makes it difficult to contemplate rapidly shifting away from coal, oil and gas, which creates a psychological barrier to rational discourse on energy issues.
Blog
Dec 9, 2014
Highway 16 blocked by LNG protest Dec. 6

Gitxsan block B.C. highway in LNG protest

Brent Patterson
Gitxsan hereditary chiefs Spookw and Luutkudziiwus closed Highway 16 at New Hazelton on Dec. 6 in protest over the approval of two pipelines to be built on Gitxsan territory.
Blog
Oct 24, 2014
Photo: ariwriter/flickr

A B.C. framework for LNG, part 2: The LNG income tax

Marc Lee
Well, we saw this coming but it's still sobering to see it in black and white. The B.C. government's decision to cut its proposed LNG Income Tax in half is simply a cave-in to industry.
Blog
Oct 8, 2014
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr

Who benefits from B.C.'s LNG tax and regulatory regime?

Marc Lee
This legislative sitting will be an important one for shaping the future of LNG in B.C. Will one or more companies make final investment decisions? And if they do will there be any public benefits?
Blog
Jun 10, 2014

Yes, pipeline spills are good for the economy

David Suzuki
We must find better ways to run our societies than relying on rampant consumption, planned obsolescence, excessive and often-pointless work and an economic system that depends on damaging ways.
Blog
Feb 28, 2014
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr

LNG's threat to water sustainability in B.C.

Ben Parfitt
David Hughes
With nearly 90 per cent of all new gas wells in B.C. fracked, how much of our water might be used and contaminated as natural gas drilling escalates?
Blog
Feb 19, 2014
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr

B.C. Budget 2014: About that LNG Prosperity Fund

Marc Lee
Budget 2014 contains some new information about how the province intends to pay for all of the ponies B.C. children have been promised from LNG riches. Alas, there is not much there.
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