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Iglika Ivanova | Imagine if the B.C. government put as much energy and effort into solving B.C.'s child-care crisis as it does in promoting LNG.
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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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David Hughes | Our recent report by David Hughes, A Clear Look at BC LNG, prompted dismissive comments from the B.C. government and the LNG industry. CCPA-BC asked David to respond.
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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.
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Brent Patterson | In the third and final vote this week, the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation voted against the proposed Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal, despite a $1 billion offer to them to accept it.
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Artist's conception of the Pacific Northwest LNG terminal on Lelu Island
Brent Patterson | Energy company Petronas is offering $1 billion dollars to the Lax Kw'alaams First Nation in British Columbia to secure their support for the proposed $36-billion Pacific NorthWest LNG project.
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Highway 16 blocked by LNG protest Dec. 6
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.
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Brent Patterson | A group of northern trappers is blocking a road near LaLoche, Saskatchewan to prevent oil companies' access to exploration camps north of that point.
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Cornwallis public forum
Andrea Harden-Donahue | It's been a week since our Atlantic Energy East tour wrapped up, and what a whirlwind it has been. The tour was ambitious with the hosting of five public forums, a series of meetings and site visits.
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Andrea Harden-Donahue | Opposition is building right across the pipeline path. To stop tar sands expansion and the downstream impacts. To protect our climate for future generations. Join us, help stop Energy East!
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Brent Patterson | This week, former BC Hydro CEO and Suncor Energy Board member Marc Eliesen withdrew from NEB hearings reviewing a pipeline proposal from Kinder Morgan, calling the process a "farce."
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Harsha Walia | In the face of unrelenting corporate development and encroachment onto Indigenous territories, grassroots movements are persistently mobilizing against the various tentacles of the tar sands industry.