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Lorne Craig's Climate Silence
 Energy and Resources
BC Premier Christy Clark touring Petronas' operations in Malaysia (BC Govt / Flickr CC licence)

Petronas likely to put BC LNG project on hold, says Malaysian business paper

Malaysian energy giant Petronas is likely to put its planned BC LNG project on hold for years, a business publication from that country is reporting, due to soft LNG prices.
Screen capture of Brent Stafford and his Regulator Watch program from The Province website
Why Rafe Mair gave Sun and Province a stay of execution
As California drought drives up BC food prices...a dam to flood our best farmland

UBC-led panel tackles water worries, solutions

Common Sense Canadian publisher Damien Gillis joins a UBC Dialogues panel this Wednesday evening titled "Water Worries: What is the state of our most valuable resource?"
As the fog lifted on the Peace River Monday morning, it revealed this clearcut island (Donald Hoffmann)
Location of proposed Site C Dam - slated for imminent clearcutting (photo: Damien Gillis)
An existing BC salmon farm (Damien Gillis)

Liberal govt issues 4 new salmon farm tenures on eve of BC Day

On the eve of BC Day, the Liberal government quietly issued four new open net pen salmon farm tenures to Norwegian companies, riling upstream First Nations and citizens opposing the industry's expansion.
Former Council of the Haida Nation President Guujaaw (left) and Heiltsuk resource management director Kelly Brown at last week's Peace Treaty celebration (Damien Gillis)
Federal court ruling threatens salmon farming industry's bottom line
 Climate Change
Canada Election 2015- Where do the parties stand on climate change

Canada Election 2015: Where do the parties stand on climate change?

Where do the 2015 Canadian election contenders stand on climate change? Kevin Grandia breaks down their positions.
Suzuki- Volkswagen cheated climate, people's health
Burning: A summer of fire, smoke, ash and change