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  • These 12 B.C. mines pose risks to salmon, caribou, water: report

    B.C.’s mineral resources are sought after to support the transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy, but the province’s mining rules and regulations — some of which date  back to the 1800s — have left a patchwork of dangerous and polluting mines across the province, according to a new report released Monday by SkeenaWild Conservation Trust and the BC Mining Law Reform Network.
  • B.C. auditor general flags province’s inadequate management of lands, fish and wildlife

    B.C. is falling short on its commitment to protect fish and wildlife habitat, according to a report released by the province’s auditor general this week.
  • Seeing the forest for the trees: searching for solutions in B.C.'s Kispiox Valley

    Clear plastic bags hang from small spigots plugged into birch trunks in a mixed stand of deciduous and coniferous trees on a hillside above the Kispiox River in northwest B.C. Denzel Sutherland-Wilson and his 19-year-old niece, Hailey Wilson, pour the birch water collected overnight from five trees into a 20-litre bucket, explaining they’ve been doing this every day for a couple of weeks. 

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