Ken and Arlene Boon must be out of their home by May 31.
It called on the federal and provincial governments to immediately suspend or rescind all construction approvals and permits related to the project
Former prime minister Stephen Harper's government issued 14 permits for work on the $9-billion Site C dam during the writ period of the last election -- a move that was offside according to people familiar with the project and the workings of the federal government.
Former BC Hydro CEO Marc Eliesen says ratepayers will face a "devastating" increase in their electricity bills if the Site C dam is built
"Keep in mind the guy is nearly 80 years old."
Peace Region Palaeontology Research Centre
Families in Peace River whose children ride the school bus may soon have to pay for the service under the B.C. government's changes to the funding formula for school districts. The district says...
Some of the footprints are estimated to be between 115 million and 117 million years old.
VICTORIA - The proposed $7.9-billion Site C hydroelectric dam on the Peace River cleared major environmental hurdles Tuesday as the federal and British Columbia governments granted environmental certi...
At an estimated $7.9 billion and growing, the proposed Site C Dam on the beautiful Peace River in northeastern B.C. has been criticized. If built, Site C would violate First Nations' rights under Treaty 8, rendering them irrelevant to the point of mockery. How long will Treaty 8 First Nations be able to sustain a vibrant, living culture when the dam devastates their land and communities?
Does Site C make sense for the people of B.C.? There are five key reasons why it's not.
B.C. Wildfire Management Branch
TUMBLER RIDGE, B.C. - A forest fire in northeastern B.C. has more than quadrupled in size in 24 hours and threatens to singe Alberta's boundary.Information officer Jill Kelsh said the blaze about 60 k...
UPDATE - July 9, 2014: The fire grown to an estimated 3,100 hectares on Wednesday afternoon, according to a government update. High winds and hot and dry weather conditions continue in the area. TUMB...
Opponents of the proposed Site C dam are hoping a report from the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency panel, to be released Thursday, will emphasize potential environmental damage from the massive dam and persuade the federal and provincial governments that the project should be scrapped.
VANCOUVER - An $8-billion hydroelectric dam proposed by British Columbia's Crown utility would cause significant adverse effects on the environment and wildlife, as well as aboriginals, farmers and ot...