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News from the last 30 days that is shaping the industry

B.C. court rules against Site C dam protesters, says campers can be removed

Opponents of a hydroelectric dam in northeastern British Columbia have suffered another setback follo

wing a court decision granting a request from BC Hydro to remove protesters camped out illegally near the megaproject’s construction site. READ MORE…

Chilliwack farmer says he’s among silent majority in favour of oil pipelines


Yarrow resident and business owner Bill Tuytel discusses the Trans Mountain pipeline right-of
-way that runs through his property. READ MORE…


Second pro-Ajax delegation appears before Kamloops council


Raising the spectre of the 1980s recession, a pair of Kamloops businessmen has urged city council to keep an open mind when it comes time to state an opinion on the proposed Ajax copper and gold mine. READ MORE…


Opinion: Exporting natural gas to Asia a realistic opportunity


Technological innovation has radically changed North America’s natural gas market and left the continent flush with a resource that only a decade ago was thought to be in short supply.  READ MORE…

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