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Officers involved in shooting on administrative duty, RCMP confirm

The RCMP have confirmed that the officers involved in last week's deadly police shooting are now performing administrative duties.
Landowners appeal Site C court rejection

Landowners appeal Site C court rejection

The Peace Valley Landowner Association announced Wednesday it has filed an appeal to a provincial judge’s decision not to allow their court challenge against the Site C dam to go forward.

Alberta First Nations, BC Hydro 
strike deal to monitor Peace delta

Two Alberta First Nations dropped their legal challenge against the Site C dam after receiving a commitment from BC Hydro to monitor the dam's downstream impacts, according to a lawyer representing the bands.
Site C job fairs 
postponed

Site C job fairs 
postponed

Notice issued
 days after fatal shooting outside open house
Open houses show mixed emotions on Site C dam

Open houses show mixed emotions on Site C dam

About a dozen First Nations members interrupted a Site C open house in Fort St. John last Thursday with loud drumming and strong words against BC Hydro’s plan to build the dam seven kilometres from the city.
Fort St. John contractors feel left out over Site C

Fort St. John contractors feel left out over Site C

The third Site C contract is in the midst of being awarded, but so far Fort St. John is striking out. One company says that’s because conditions on potential proponents discourage local participation.
In breakthrough for Hydro, Saulteau votes to accept deal on Site C

In breakthrough for Hydro, Saulteau votes to accept deal on Site C

First Nation says deal includes lump-sum and annual payments, as well as Crown lands to compensate for flooded territory
Poll shows support for Site C growing

Poll shows support for Site C growing

Over the past three years, support for Site C across the province has grown from less than half to over half, according to a new poll commissioned by BC Hydro.
BC Hydro gets permits to start Site C construction

BC Hydro gets permits to start Site C construction

BC Hydro cleared a major hurdle July 7 after the provincial government issued permits for it to begin initial work on the Site C dam. The work will involve timber removal, road building and other work for site preparation.
McLeod Lake Indian Band drops out of Site C lawsuit

McLeod Lake Indian Band drops out of Site C lawsuit

A First Nation has dropped out of a lawsuit seeking to stop the Site C dam.