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LNG facility in B.C. Photo: bcgovphotos/flickr
Jim Stanford | Canadians should thank our lucky stars that Malaysia's state-owned Petronas finally pulled the plug on its Pacific Northwest LNG project.
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Jason Kenney. Image: Flickr/mostlyconservative
David J. Climenhaga | If we accept UCP leadership candidate Jason Kenney's arithmetic, the Saskatchewan NDP appears to have wrecked the province's economy two years before it was elected!
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Duncan Cameron | The federal environment minister is sitting on a big decision. In the face of opposition from First Nations, she is charged with granting environmental approval for an LNG project on Lelu Island.
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Brigette DePape | The site for the Petronas LNG terminal was chosen without the consultation of local First Nations and Skeena communities, and the Lax Kw'alaams First Nations voted against the proposed terminal.
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Marc Lee | For all of the hype about LNG creating jobs and eliminating our provincial debt, these real-world numbers are underwhelming to say the least.
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Marvin Shaffer | The BC Liberal's deal with Malaysian gas giant Petronas doesn't just shed risk for industry; it imposes potentially huge risks on the people of British Columbia.
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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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David Suzuki | Election results in Alberta and P.E.I., decisions involving B.C. First Nations and the growing fossil fuel divestment movement show that change is possible.
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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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Ben Parfitt | Christy Clark's B.C. government is set to gamble everything on liquified natural gas (LNG) -- but everything in the international fossil fuels market is about to change