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Peace River official wants $400-million Trust to Offset Site C Impacts

— Posted on Jan 15, 2014 11:00 AM in: General News
Peace River official wants $400-million Trust to Offset Site C Impacts

A $400-million trust should be set up to compensate the people of the Peace River for the environmental damage and social disruption that will be caused if the Site C dam project is approved, the Joint Review Panel has been told.

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Y2Y Study: Cumulative Effects of Site C Could Be Detrimental to Wildlife

— Posted on Jan 15, 2014 09:30 AM in: Y2Y in the News
Y2Y Study: Cumulative Effects of Site C Could Be Detrimental to Wildlife

Wildlife biologist Dr. Clayton Apps has concluded that some wildlife population in the Peace Region may not be viable or recoverable in the future due to the cumulative effects of resource development, including the Site C dam.

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Chief Worries About Future of Fishing Grounds, Site C Panel Hears

— Posted on Jan 14, 2014 09:00 PM in: General News
Chief Worries About Future of Fishing Grounds, Site C Panel Hears

First Nations in the Peace River region of British Columbia are hemmed in by resource developments, which have dramatically eroded their traditional fishing grounds, the Joint Review Panel studying the Site C dam proposal has been told.

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Federal Panel Wants B.C. Utility Commission's Take on Site C Dam

— Posted on Jan 07, 2014 09:00 PM in: General News
Federal Panel Wants B.C. Utility Commission's Take on Site C Dam

The B.C. government has shielded its Site C dam proposal from scrutiny by an independent regulator, but a federal joint review panel is drawing attention to what might be missed as a result.

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Peace is Priceless, Site C Hearing Told

— Posted on Jan 07, 2014 11:00 AM in: General News
Peace is Priceless, Site C Hearing Told

Another Northeast B.C. First Nation has decried the loss of centuries-old culture in the face of big money when it comes to the possible construction of the Site C dam.

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