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Site C Dam: Before and After
Photographer Garth Lenz shows how the Peace River is already being altered, and could be even more, through a series of before-and-after photos.
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Federal Government Faces Growing Calls to Halt Site C Dam
Organizations from across Canada urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take immediate action to halt construction of BC's Site C dam.
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Write-up by Y2Y's Tim Burkhart on B.C.'s Peace-Boudreau region, and how its unique ecosystems are imminently threatened by the Site C dam.
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Powering ahead in B.C.
Seizing an opportunity to stop the destructive Site C dam in British Columbia.
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Conservation Groups Urge Trudeau to Take Site C Dam off Table in Paris
A coalition of environmental groups recently called on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to keep the proposed Site C dam out of Canada’s climate strategy for Paris climate talks.
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TakePart Feature on the Boreal Forest
This article makes it clear how activities in the Y2Y region affect (and are affected by) connected landscapes over vast scales.
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Thirty scientists gather in the Peace River Valley to conduct a "bioblitz" in the area, an effort coordinated by Y2Y, the Royal BC Museum and the Biological Survey of Canada.
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A group of about 30 scientists have their gumboots on the ground in the Peace River Valley this week cataloguing all the organisms, some of which may never have been recorded before, in an area that will be drowned if the Site C dam is built.
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Sarah Cox describes the the unreported impacts of the Site C dam on Peace Valley farmland.
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Protecting Peace-Boudreau
An alliance of First Nations members and local landowners camp out to protect B.C.’s Peace River from destructive land clearing for the Site C dam.
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