Group argues flooding valley would impair their rights to fish, hunt and use the area for ceremonial purposes
By Peter O'Neil, Vancouver Sun
OTTAWA — A delegation of B.C. First Nation chiefs will be here next week to urge the Harper government to reject BC Hydro’s $8-billion Site C hydroelectric megaproject.
Read more: First Nation chiefs to stage Site C showdown
Dragging of river begins with relatives at forefront
By: Ashley Prest
Winnipeg Free Press
Ursula Mason knows the pain of having a missing family member and the deep-rooted sadness of always wondering.
Read more: Looking to the Red for answers, peace
The risks of a spill and rewards of revenue are far from certain in the contested debate over bitumen pipelines and shipping
A diverse set of oil and gas company representatives, port officials, First Nations leaders and environmentalists came together to discuss the risks and rewards of transiting extracted resources by water, pipeline and rail at a conference hosted by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in North America on Wednesday.
Read more: Industry, First Nations and environmentalists seek consensus in pipeline debate