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120,000 Canadians stand with the Peace River
Citizens’ groups, human rights organizations and environmental movements are asking British Columbia Members of Parliament to take a message to Ottawa.
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Paddle for the Peace - 2014
A record turnout and perfect conditions for the seventh annual Paddle for the Peace on July 14, 2012.
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New Democratic Party Leader John Horgan is raising concerns about the proposed Site C hydroelectric dam, just days before an environmental review on the project becomes public.
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The cumulative effects of resource development in the Peace Region took the forefront at the Site C public hearings Wednesday, with the David Suzuki Foundation arguing that the Peace Valley and surrounding watersheds have already been severely impacted by land use and industrial activities.
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Parks Canada says BC Hydro’s two existing dams on the Peace River have damaged the “ecological integrity” of globally significant wildlife habitat downstream and that any environmental assessment of the planned Site C dam should include cumulative impacts.
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The proposed Site C dam in northeast B.C. has a new projected price tag of almost $8 billion, and has moved to the first stage of an environmental review.
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Treaty 8 First Nations Justice for the Peace Caravan Rolls Across Canada
Caravan wants Prime Minister Trudeau to keep his promises to First Nations and Stop Site C dam.
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Paddling for the Peace on July 11 to Stop Site C
Y2Y staff will join hundreds of people in canoes, kayaks and other watercraft, as they float down the Peace River on July 11 to protest the imminent construction of the Site C dam.
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David Suzuki Joins Paddle for the Peace to Stop Site C
Renowned scientist David Suzuki will speak at the Paddle for the Peace on Saturday, July 11, an event expected to draw people from across B.C.
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Environmental Groups Support Mikisew Cree First Nation Call for Urgent Action to Protect Wood Buffalo National Park
Environmental groups meet with members of UNESCO to investigate threats to Wood Buffalo National Park’s World Heritage status.
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