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Justice bus helps raise cash to fight Site C

Justice bus helps raise cash to fight Site C

On a day when Site C opponents suffered several legal setbacks, an environmental group from the Lower Mainland helped out those against the dam.
B.C. Supreme court dismisses Site C injunction request

B.C. Supreme court dismisses Site C injunction request

The B.C. Supreme Court has dismissed West Moberly and Prophet River First Nations' application for an injunction that would have stopped some construction work on Site C, according to a BC Hydro spokesman.
Site C injunction decision could come Aug. 28, lawyer says

Site C injunction decision could come Aug. 28, lawyer says

A provincial judge could render his decision on granting or denying an injunction on Site C construction work as early as this Friday, according to a lawyer representing the two First Nations calling for the order.
City of Victoria pushes for Site C delay

City of Victoria pushes for Site C delay

Local governments in B.C. will vote this September on whether to lobby the province for further review the Site C dam. A resolution submitted by the city of Victoria to the Union of B.C.
Site C injunction hearings continue

Site C injunction hearings continue

An injunction hearing on the Site C dam was expected to have wrapped up in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver on Wednesday. As of press time, it was still unclear whether or not a decision was made by the court.
Expert challenges BC Hydro's estimated Site C delay costs

Expert challenges BC Hydro's estimated Site C delay costs

The Prophet River and West Moberly First Nations squared off against BC Hydro in a Vancouver courtroom Tuesday in an attempt to halt construction work on Site C. The two bands are in B.C.
Site C prep work could alter 100 archaeological sites

Site C prep work could alter 100 archaeological sites

About 100 archaeological sites along the Peace River will be altered by preparation work on Site C as early as December. The information is found in BC Hydro court documents filed in B.C.
Year delay for Site C would cost $335M: BC Hydro

Year delay for Site C would cost $335M: BC Hydro

A year-long delay on Site C construction would tack on $335 million to the dam’s costs, BC Hydro says. The Crown utility filed an illuminating response in B.C. Supreme Court Aug.
Despite broken ground, no plans yet for Site C groundbreaking

Despite broken ground, no plans yet for Site C groundbreaking

When Gordon Campbell announced his government was putting plans for a third Peace River dam back on the table, he did so with considerable fanfare. The then-premier travelled to Hudson's Hope in April 2010, where in front of the W.A.C.
Nest laid plans

Nest laid plans

Some Site C opponents are pecking at a plan to mitigate lost eagle habitat, but one biologist says artificial nesting has shown success in the past