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Sierra Club wants judicial review of Site C Wildlife Act exemptions

Sierra Club wants judicial review of Site C Wildlife Act exemptions

The Sierra Club BC and environmentalist Josette Wier filed a petition for judicial review in B.C.
With LNG projects stalled, northeast leaders look for Plan B

With LNG projects stalled, northeast leaders look for Plan B

Petrochemicals, plastics, and methanol potential outlets for B.C. gas, group says
BC Hydro, Alberta First Nation reach Site C deal

BC Hydro, Alberta First Nation reach Site C deal

Dene Tha' will get a lump sum payment and contracting opportunities
Taylor wants golf ball landmark moved by fall

Taylor wants golf ball landmark moved by fall

The District of Taylor is looking for a contractor to make a short chip of its landmark giant golf ball.
No more drilling in Peace-Moberly Tract as part of reconciliation deal

No more drilling in Peace-Moberly Tract as part of reconciliation deal

Crew Energy issued new tenures
Pipeliner’s rant against lifted truck schadenfreude strikes nerve

Pipeliner’s rant against lifted truck schadenfreude strikes nerve

Marc Morrissette works in the oilpatch, drives a big truck and enjoys mixing it up with the anti-pipeline crowd on social media. So in some ways, the rant was inevitable.
Painted Pony reports first sales of natural gas from Townsend facility

Painted Pony reports first sales of natural gas from Townsend facility

Painted Pony Petroleum Ltd. reported that the Townsend facility began producing natural gas sales volumes on July 7 with commercial operations beginning on July 10, more than 30 days ahead of Painted Pony's schedule.
Protester who disrupted deadly Site C meeting still waiting for answers

Protester who disrupted deadly Site C meeting still waiting for answers

Terry Hadland knocked over posters and tables at Site C event, triggering call to police that left masked man dead
PRRD passes on public hearing for Site C liquor licence

PRRD passes on public hearing for Site C liquor licence

Camp company is applying to run a licenced lounge in the facility
Natural gas liquids 'the one thing we have to hold hope to' after LNG delays

Natural gas liquids 'the one thing we have to hold hope to' after LNG delays

Natural gas liquids including propane and butane are a lone bright spot in an otherwise bleak local economy, Dawson Creek Mayor Dale Bumstead said during a regional district vote on a controversial Encana Corp. facility Thursday.
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