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2015/05/27 00:42
2015/05/27 00:42
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Jobs Minister Shirley Bond announced the new requirement Tuesday, and it takes effect July 1. Construction firms bidding on major projects such as schools, hospitals, roads or bridges will have to...
2015/05/27 00:42
2015/05/27 00:42
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2015/05/26 19:23
2015/05/26 19:23
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The John Hart project continues to change the face of the landscape around the power generating station, and the public has only a few days remaining to walk across the front of the generation...
2015/05/26 18:05
2015/05/26 18:05
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Since the signing of various "trade agreements" such as NAFTA, CAFTA, and other FTA's the investor-state-tribunals have ordered taxpayers to pay $444.1 Million to foreign investors in addition to...
2015/05/26 12:39
2015/05/26 12:39
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Just weeks before BC Hydro plans to begin construction of the $8.8-billion Site C project, a new report says the Crown corporation has dramatically understated the cost of producing power from the...
2015/05/22 23:24
2015/05/22 23:24
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Due to low water levels, combined with low inflows into the Comox Lake reservoir, and in anticipation of little rainfall in the forecast, the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) will move to stage...
2015/05/21 21:17
2015/05/21 21:17
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Past and present members of Township council showed up to officially begin burying the overhead power lines in Fort Langley’s central business area last month. Bev Dornan, Steve Ferguson and Grant...
2015/05/21 19:23
2015/05/21 19:23
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BC Hydro and the Museum at Campbell River are encouraging people to come out to visit the John Hart Project Interpretive Centre with its extended open days, to walk the trails through the forest and...
2015/05/21 19:23
2015/05/21 19:23
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Plans to bring electricity to homes in the Upper Campbell Lake area continue to be on hold indefinitely. That’s because BC Hydro put a halt to a program to provide electricity to remote B.C....
2015/05/21 17:56
2015/05/21 17:56
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BC Hydro says it continues to plug away at studies that will help it decide whether to go ahead with widening the channel at Grohman Narrows. “This supplementary set of studies is a result of...
2015/05/20 13:20
2015/05/20 13:20
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An attempt to avoid hitting an animal crossing the highway resulted in a rolled semi tractor-trailer, a highway closure and power outage. Just after midnight on Thursday, May 14, Sicamous RCMP...
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2015/05/20 12:08
2015/05/20 12:08
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Hydro worked with community and CRD Pirjo Raits Sooke News Mirror What started out as a nightmare for Jordan River residents has turned into a very fair and reasonable solution, and for those who...
2015/05/19 21:55
2015/05/19 21:55
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Economist Robyn Allan: 'This process is flawed.' One of the most vocal opponents of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has pulled out of the National Energy Board's review of the project,...
2015/05/19 18:30
2015/05/19 18:30
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Metro Vancouver has joined a push to keep the Burrard Thermal power station on standby as a backup electricity source for the Lower Mainland, but with a proviso that it burn a renewable energy source...
2015/05/19 17:37
2015/05/19 17:37
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Mayor Lori Ackerman of Fort St John was a guest speaker at a Rotary Luncheon on May 15 to talk about the Site C dam proposal. Site C is a proposed third dam along the Peace River that was approved by...
2015/05/18 02:39
2015/05/18 02:39
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How can governments and climate-change activists best motivate the average person to wean themselves off fossil fuels? It turns out most people tune out abstract reduction targets promoted by...
2015/05/15 17:55
2015/05/15 17:55
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School District 43 and the cities of Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and Coquitlam are cutting greenhouse gas emissions by up to 30% with massive retrofits of lighting and heating as well as changes in...
2015/05/15 08:34
2015/05/15 08:34
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Tickets to the Eco-friendly Home Tour sold out before the Canadian Federation of University Women could finish pinning up all their posters. The tour of seven homes — four in Vernon and three in...
2015/05/15 00:23
2015/05/15 00:23
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Facing a historic shortage of water, BC Hydro is looking forward to a summer of juggling fish habitat flows in Campbell River with recreational use in the reservoir above John Hart dam. And it may...
2015/05/14 22:21
2015/05/14 22:21
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Last week 24 secondary students enjoyed the opportunity to get behind the wheel during School District 27’s annual Heavy Metal Rocks course. Each year in May, WorkSafeBC, SD 27 and local industry...
2015/05/14 18:08
2015/05/14 18:08
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Camping To Resume at Jordan River Regional Park Effective Immediately Victoria, BC- Camping is to resume effective immediately at Jordan River Regional Park, the Capital Regional District (CRD)...
2015/05/27 00:42
2015/05/27 00:42
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