In the age old tradition used by politicians of every stripe who are forced to release bad news, the NDP waited until late Friday before the BC day long weekend to tell the public about the long overdue progress reports on the Site C dam. And the news wasn’t good…. delays and rising costs relatedContinue reading BC Hydro/NDP use Covid delays to cover for the real story of Site C progress report: No foundation stability, no plan in sight to fix it, no final project cost and no in service date.
David Eby did a good thing this week. Nope, he didn’t call a public inquiry ( still waiting David), but he did reintroduce legislation that would ward off nuisance lawsuits filed just to shut up public debate and peaceful protest. The legislation “allows people to apply to have lawsuits against them dismissed if it relatesContinue reading Call to sign a petition asking BC Hydro to voluntarily withdraw the SLAPP suit against Peace Valley residents
https://mobile.twitter.com/ottawacarl/status/1035188252486119425 https://mobile.twitter.com/richardzussman/status/1035182901027979266 https://mobile.twitter.com/richardzussman/status/1035181356802748416 Yes, KinderMorgan has been squashed for now and Trudeau bought a pipeline to nowhere….but it’s Zussman’s tweet on Horgan that doesn’t sit well. Horgan can have the win on tanker traffic,but Zussman may have forgotten how Horgan put First Nations concerns on site c aside quickly to make his decision to continue buildingContinue reading Next stop….Site C
One would hope that with a budget of over $9 billion dollars and a long list of critics and opponents, the bigwigs over at BC Hydro would be on top of every little thing happening at Site C, in order to avoid any unnecessary scrutiny. However, yet again a public complaint is helping to holdContinue reading Site C: The $9 billion dollar + boondoggle complete with grassroots oversight.