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What’s in the Pacific NorthWest LNG conditions?

What’s in the Pacific NorthWest LNG conditions?

MP says ‘poison pills’ could be designed to kill the project, energy lawyer said questions remain about emissions
Supporters urged to temper expectations after Pacific NorthWest LNG approval

Supporters urged to temper expectations after Pacific NorthWest LNG approval

Project could lead to surge in drilling in Northeast B.C. in several years, but hurdles remain
Peace Region court docket: Sept. 19-23

Peace Region court docket: Sept. 19-23

A look at the courts for the week of Sept. 19 to 23. Fort St.
Police arrest two with alleged links to Peace Region drug trade

Police arrest two with alleged links to Peace Region drug trade

Two men wanted in connection to an investigation into drug trafficking in the Peace Region were arrested last week, authorities say. The Combined Forces Special Enforcement Unit of BC (CFSEU) says 23-year-old Fort St.
The best hand for Hope Air

The best hand for Hope Air

Bill Rombough presents Hope Air ambassador Alicia Calder, along with Liz Calder and Linda Payne, with a donation of $1,170 on Sept. 26.
In first major energy decision, Trudeau gov. approves Pacific NorthWest LNG

In first major energy decision, Trudeau gov. approves Pacific NorthWest LNG

After years in regulatory limbo, liquefied natural gas project clears major hurdle with federal approval
UPDATE: Pacific NorthWest LNG decision expected today

UPDATE: Pacific NorthWest LNG decision expected today

Federal leaders will announce a long-awaited decision on Pacific NorthWest LNG today.
Site C met Libs’ campaign promises on science, First Nations: minister

Site C met Libs’ campaign promises on science, First Nations: minister

One minister says Site C met Liberal commitments on 'renewed' First Nations relationship and 'science-based' decision-making, another blames previous government
PNW LNG would need 'major' environmental measures: Reuters

PNW LNG would need 'major' environmental measures: Reuters

Pacific NorthWest LNG would have “significant” adverse environmental impacts requiring “major” mitigation efforts, sources familiar with the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency’s (CEAA) review of the controversial project have told Reuters .
Fort St. John mayor critical of Vancouver natural gas phase-out

Fort St. John mayor critical of Vancouver natural gas phase-out

City plans to eliminate natural gas from residential, institutional and commercial buildings by 2050; impact on Peace Region economy unclear
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