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Reconnecting the Rockies

Speak up: Castle mine needs a federal environmental assessment

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Reconnecting the Rockies

July 10, 2020
If you drive enough on a provincial highway, it seems inevitable you will collide with an animal some day. It seems everyone has a story…Read More 
The BC government is preparing a plan to reactivate the economy and they want to hear from you. They are setting priorities for improving the…Read More 
Thousands of Canadians have raised their voices to demand an economic recovery that builds a more sustainable future. This pandemic has highlighted the strong connections…Read More 
Wildsight Golden is supporting the release of a new short film that celebrates the beauty and biodiversity of the headwaters of the Blaeberry River, while…Read More 
Teck’s proposed Castle mine, which will produce more coal than any other mine in the country, won’t have a federal environmental assessment—unless the people demand one.Read More 
Old growth forests in BC are being systematically eliminated through industrial forestry and bad government policy. Present government policy is allowing for the destruction of…Read More 
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