Legal challenges from First Nations and farmers could scuttle or delay Site C dam for years, lawyer Rob Botterell warns the LNG industry counting on power from the hydro project.
In his unprecedented critique of the government's decision to built Site C Dam, the head of the panel that reviewed the $9 Billion project gives us yet one more reason to pull the plug.
A sweeping lawsuit from a Treaty 8 First Nation threatens the province's resource agenda - including the proposed Site C Dam and shale gas and LNG development.
BC Hydro's construction plans for Site C Dam took a blow this week when a federal court judge refused to hurry up a legal challenge brought by local farmers and First Nations against the project.
BC Hydro routinely and significantly overestimates future power demand - but why? Economist Erik Andersen explains, while questioning the business case and need for the $9 Billion proposed Site C Dam.
Damien Gillis on the hurdles still facing Site C Dam after being approved by the BC govt. From 6 lawsuits to mounting financial challenges, why the $9 Billion-plus project is far from a done deal.
Whether or not the BC Liberal government approves Site C Dam, the $8.5 Billion+ project faces multiple lawsuits from landowners and First Nations, based on the government breaking its own laws.
Christy Clark admits Site C not needed for LNG; Cracks forming in her support for project: Bloomberg
BC Premier Christy Clark has changed her position, now admitting that Site C Dam isn't needed to power LNG plants - and given the choice between the two, she'd pick LNG.
SFU economist Dr. Marvin Shaffer warns BC should stay away from private power IPPs just as much as it should the costly proposed Site C Dam.
Evidence clearly shows there is no need to build the $8 Billion-plus Site C Dam, says economist Erik Andersen in a letter to Energy Minister Bill Bennett