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Alaskan pink salmon eating sockeye out of house and home

Alaskan pink salmon eating sockeye out of house and home

Reduced growth in odd years in sockeye suggest pink abundance to blame
Opinion: The importance of critical minerals should not condone their extraction at all costs

Opinion: The importance of critical minerals should not condone their extraction at all costs

The temptation to justify critical minerals mining at all costs is a dangerous fallacy. The social and environmental impacts of poorly mined critical minerals are dire.
Western Forest Products cuts ribbon on new dry kiln on Vancouver Island

Western Forest Products cuts ribbon on new dry kiln on Vancouver Island

Ladysmith sawmill gets upgrade with increased drying capacity
B.C. First Nation sues federal government over ban on herring spawn fishery

B.C. First Nation sues federal government over ban on herring spawn fishery

The Heiltsuk Nation claims the federal fisheries minister's decision to close the commercial harvest of herring spawn-on-kelp in the nation's territory was an infringement of its Aboriginal rights.
Trans Mountain's latest cost estimate climbs 10 per cent, regulatory filing shows

Trans Mountain's latest cost estimate climbs 10 per cent, regulatory filing shows

The company said it will need approximately three months following the completion of construction before it can provide a final cost estimate.
CAPP projects slight increase in Canadian oil and gas capital spending in 2024

CAPP projects slight increase in Canadian oil and gas capital spending in 2024

CALGARY — The industry group representing Canada's oil and gas producers says capital investment in the sector will edge slightly higher in 2024.
Displace Indian coal power with Canadian natural gas: report

Displace Indian coal power with Canadian natural gas: report

National Bank report points to climate benefits of LNG
Controversial Canadian silver mine ‘likely’ to reopen in Guatemala despite opposition

Controversial Canadian silver mine ‘likely’ to reopen in Guatemala despite opposition

A decade since it opened, Pan American’s Escobal silver mine awaits outcome of historic Indigenous consultation process
B.C. called on to protect caribou with logging moratorium

B.C. called on to protect caribou with logging moratorium

The interim logging moratorium would apply to a huge swath of B.C. caribou habitat, from the Idaho border to the Peace region. One major forestry company said it would 'undermine the future' of its mills.
Chinese firm pitches new LNG plant for Prince George

Chinese firm pitches new LNG plant for Prince George

LNG plant would ship LNG via Prince Rupert on ISO containers
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