The ECOreport reposts the government of British Columbia’s response to Ottawa’s Pipeline Plan, British Columbia stands by 5 conditions
Editor’s Note: With a provincial election fast approaching, the government of BC must at least be seen to support its’ people’s interests
Press release from BC Gov News
Minister of Environment Mary Polak has issued the following statement on the federal decision regarding pipeline projects:
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The ECOreport reposts an announcement from British Columbia’s government: BC Seeks Comments On spill Preparedness & Response
Originally Published on BCNews
The Province is inviting British Columbians to review and comment on a new intentions paper around spill preparedness and response in B.C.
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The ECOreport republishes Community efforts celebrated in Quadra Island land deal
Originally Published on BC’s Ministry of Environment
VICTORIA – The Province, with support from several groups, will be acquiring almost 400 hectares of private property on Quadra Island, linking two provincial parks to further protect unique and sensitive ecosystems.
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Press Release from BC’s Ministry of The Environment
VICTORIA – Following the December 19, 2013 Joint Review Panel report release, Environment Minister Mary Polak confirmed the proposed NGP project is part of the way to meeting the first condition (successful completion of the environmental review process), but there are four other conditions that need to be met before British Columbia will consider support for the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline, or any heavy oil pipeline.
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