From tens of billions in rip-off private power (IPP) contracts to the latest LNG scandal, the mainstream media somehow let the BC Liberals get away with murder, says Rafe Mair.
The "Cowboys and Indians" leading the battle against Site C Dam keep gaining powerful allies - including the BCGEU, Metro Vancouver and BC's biggest First Nations group.
With so many groups and individuals opposed to the unnecessary $9 Billion proposed Site C Dam, Premier Clark should give the public a say on the controversial project, says Roy Hales.
This year's Paddle for the Peace has landed its organizers and Site C Dam opponents on a federal terrorist watch list, despite a decade of peaceful events under their belts.
BC's top First Nations leaders are demanding that BC Hydro halt plans to start construction on Site C Dam until the courts have ruled on multiple lawsuits currently underway.
Environmental assessments in Stephen Harper's Canada make a mockery of democracy while wasting millions of your tax dollars...so why not just scrap them, asks Rafe Mair.
The BC Liberal government and BC Hydro recently faced a legal setback in federal court for their plans to start building Site C Dam this summer. Damien Gillis explains on CFAX 1070.
The federal government struck out in court Friday in its attempt to gut key passages of Treaty 8 First Nations' Judicial Review into the approval of Site C Dam.
A new interactive map visualizes the largest removal of agricultural land in the history of BC's ALR - including some of its best farmland - in order to build the $9 Billion proposed Site C Dam.
Landowners from BC's Peace Valley this week launched the first of 7 lawsuits that threaten to derail the government's $9 Billion Site C Dam.