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195 Legally Binding Commitments

Attached is Appendix F of the Environmental Certificate for the Jumbo Glacier Resort, outlining the 195 legally-binding commitments. 

 

Hansard Transcripts

Hansard Transcripts from March 25, 2014 in Debates of the Legislative Assembly, Estimates for the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development

Find the original transcripts here. Debate begins at 14:15PM ... Read more »

Columbia Lake Park: Help ensure its long-term protection

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Columbia Lake is the headwaters lake of the Columbia River system and a jewel in the Columbia Valley, treasured by locals and visitors alike. ... Read more »

Share your love of the wild: Help get kids outside

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You love the wild: The beauty of an untouched mountain valley. The still waters of a lake at dusk. The intricate web of an ecosystem.

Maybe you were lucky enough to grow up with the wild. Maybe there was a formative place or person that was your introduction to the wonder of the natural world. Or maybe you’ve only recently come to love the wild. ... Read more »

Share your love of the wild: Help get kids outside

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You love the wild: The beauty of an untouched mountain valley. The still waters of a lake at dusk. The intricate web of an ecosystem.

Maybe you were lucky enough to grow up with the wild. Maybe there was a formative place or person that was your introduction to the wonder of the natural world. Or maybe you’ve only recently come to love the wild. ... Read more »

Changes to Park Act pave the way for industrial development in BC Parks

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Yesterday, Bill 4 (the Park Amendment Act) became law, despite widespread opposition from the BC public and a consortium of leading environmental organizations and notable park advocates. ... Read more »

Bill 4 Threatens the Integrity of BC Parks

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Bill 4 threatens the integrity of BC’s parks by opening the door for “research” into park boundary changes to make way for industrial development including pipelines, highways, transmission lines and mining. ... Read more »

US Passes North Fork Flathead Bill

The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill yesterday that formally withdraws the federally-owned portion of the Flathead watershed from future oil and gas leasing. The bill mirrors B.C.’s 2011 legislated ban on oil and gas development in B.C.’s adjacent Flathead River Valley. ... Read more »