Sacred Headwaters

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Win For Sacred Headwaters

VICTORIA - A remote area of northwest British Columbia considered sacred by aboriginals and resource rich by mining companies has received a reprieve from potential coal-mining activities with a gover...
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Coal Mine Protest Expects Arrests

ISKUT, B.C. - First Nations protesters in northern B.C., vow not to budge, despite concerns that a mining company may be about to seek an injunction that could force their eviction from a camp outside...
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Some Places on Earth Should Remain Untouched

Areas of Earth that have remained relatively free of industrial development have taken on a special significance. In Canada, they include awe-inspiring landscapes like the Sacred Headwaters in northwestern B.C. But the Sacred Headwaters is not protected under law. It remains at risk from a multitude of proposed mines, railways, transmission lines and other projects that will eviscerate the landscape if approved.
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Does Shell Decision Signal New Approach to Energy In B.C.?

At a time when much of the focus on Canada's energy sector is on where we lag, it's important to applaud examples of strong leadership. That's what Shell Canada and the B.C. government showed Tuesday in walking away from a proposed coal bed methane development in a region of northwestern B.C. known as the Sacred Headwaters. One decision doesn't suggest a trend, but we're hopeful that Tuesday's news suggests a new approach to energy development in the province.