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Premier John Horgan and Dr. Bonnie Henry during a COVID-19 press briefing on May 15, 2020. Image: Province of British Columbia/Flickr
Robert Hackett | While thousands of B.C. businesses have closed and millions of British Columbians are urged to stay at home, fossil fuel-related expansion projects continue as if they are "essential services."
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Damming the Peace. Photo: Cathryn Atkinson
Cathryn Atkinson | A new book on the B.C. project on the Peace River breaks down its history, impacts and problems in 15 fascinating chapters.
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2017 Paddle for the Peace. Photo: Louis Bockner
Rita Wong | A review of "Breaching the Peace: The Site C Dam and a Valley's Stand Against Big Hydro."
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B.C. premier John Horgan at the press conference announcing the government will complete Site C construction. Photo: Government of British Columbia
Salman Zafar | There are times when you think the NDP has changed. But then you get a stark reminder that it hasn't.
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Photo: Emma Gilchrist, DeSmog Canada/Flickr
David Suzuki | A long-held belief that big hydro projects are the most economically sustainable energy options is fast losing support as renewable energy costs plummet and projects multiply worldwide.
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Sarah Miller | While the B.C. Liberals try to frame this election around whether we can afford an NDP government, Sarah Miller asks if we can afford another four years of Christy Clark.
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Murray Dobbin | The Liberal government of Christy Clark is not so much a government as it is an anti-government: contemptuous of both the public good and of the citizens it is supposed to be governing for.
Podcast
The Peace in Peril
Redeye Collective | In 2015, writer Christopher Pollon and photojournalist Ben Nelms paddled the 83-kilometre stretch of the Peace River that will be destroyed by the Site C dam reservoir. A new book documents that trip.
Podcast
Scott Neigh | Helen Knott talks about the grassroots opposition among Indigenous people to the proposed Site C dam.
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Rolling Justice Bus against Site C Dam. Photo by Deirdre Kelly.
Katy Quinn | Nine years ago today, the United Nations took an important step towards reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Where is Canada today on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples?
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AJ Klein and Emma Lui express their solidarity with Treaty 8 land defenders oppo
Brent Patterson | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has approved a Navigation Protection Act (formerly Navigable Waters Protection Act) permit and Fisheries Act permit for the construction of the Site C dam.
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Image: PMO/Adam Scotti
Rafe Mair | The Trudeau government's increasingly bizarre policy on fossil fuels essentially amounts wanting to have its cake and eat it too.