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.
Author David Ray Griffin's new book explains how climate change related water and food shortages pose an unprecedented challenge to humanity, requiring a radical response.
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.
Facing melting glaciers and decreasing snowpacks, Canada is not immune to climate change and water shortages, as a UN report reminds us.
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.