- Hereditary chiefs of the Luutkudziiwus clan of the Gitxsan Nation have closed access to their territory for LNG development, as they blockade Petronas' proposed pipeline.
- The container ship "CMA CGM Attila" that struck the dock at Vancouver's Centerm container facility Wednesday remains moored there while it undergoes repairs to its damaged hull.
- The Transportation Safety Board is investigating an incident this morning at Vancouver's Centerm port - where the large container ship CMA GCM Attila struck the dock.
- The dangerous combination of lower-grade mines producing more tailings, stored in bigger "ponds", and a lack of regulation means Canada faces more disaster like Mount Polley, David Suzuki warns.
- Despite major environmental and health concerns, Port Metro Vancouver has approved a proposed coal terminal at Fraser Surrey Docks that can handle over four million metric tonnes of coal per year.
- Canada's Arctic scientists have been muzzled by the Harper government from discussing record polar ice melt with the public, documents reveal.
- An advisory from Interior Health yesterday raises fresh questions about the quality of drinking water from Quensnel Lake following the Mount Polley tailings dam breach.
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- A new study by UBC researchers, funded by BC Hydro, finds that sockeye salmon swimming through fast-moving waters, downstream from dams, can die of a heart attack.
- CFAX 1070's Ian Jessop interviews Damien Gillis on the Mount Polley mine disaster and consequences of the BC Liberals' de-regulation policy on the environment and economy.
- SFU and the Peace River Regional District are conducting expanded baseline studies of water in the region, in connection to increased oil and gas activities.
- "There are too many questions unanswered, too many allegations of government and company ignoring concerns. The only way to resolve this is a full judicial inquiry where people testify under oath."
- By shirking government accountability, new Mount Polley inquiries miss the point, says Rafe Mair. "Minister Bennett ought to have instantly resigned."
- Independent biologist Alexandra Morton has documented the appearance of a mysterious blue film on the water surface of Quesnel Lake and the Quesnel River.
- Kinder Morgan has permission from the NEB to access Burnaby Mountain, says lawyer Greg McDade, but it doesn't have permission to overrule Burnaby's by-laws, which may prohibit some activities in protected areas.
- "Our elected leaders should have a vision that extends beyond the next election and the latest Dow Jones average — to our children and grandchildren," says David Suzuki
Hereditary chiefs of the Luutkudziiwus clan of the Gitxsan Nation have closed access to their territory for LNG development, as they blockade Petronas' proposed pipeline.
A new study by UBC researchers, funded by BC Hydro, finds that sockeye salmon swimming through fast-moving waters, downstream from dams, can die of a heart attack.
In an open letter to the Norwegian owner of Grieg Seafood, salmon biologist Alexandra Morton seeks answers over a mysterious farmed salmon die-off.
Canada's Arctic scientists have been muzzled by the Harper government from discussing record polar ice melt with the public, documents reveal.