Teck Proposes Huge Coal Mine Expansion

If approved, the Castle Mountain mine would destroy critical habitat for Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, add significantly more selenium and other dangerous water pollution to the Elk Valley watershed, and lock in decades of high carbon emissions.

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BC provides Covid-19 Guidance to Mining

New rules for mines were released yesterday by the B.C. government and Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer (PHO), as challenges caused by novel coronavirus continue to shift

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US Senators press Horgan to clean up BC mines

B.C. law makes it far too easy for mines to extract resources now, while leaving the clean-up to future generations and that puts rivers across the province, including many that flow into the US, at risk of long-term ecological disaster.

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Time to clean up mining in B.C.

More than 30 organizations from across the province joined together in Victoria on Wednesday to call for major reform to B.C.’s dated mining laws and regulations.

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Teck Releases Water Quality Research

Teck is making available the data and results of ongoing water quality research and monitoring undertaken as part of the Elk Valley Water Quality Plan to broadly share the knowledge and information gained through this work.

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Polluting Our Neighbour’s River and Our Own

British Columbia has vowed to stop the building a bitumen pipeline across our province, over pollution and climate concerns. But on the other side of the province, in the Kootenays, pollution of a different kind is flowing from BC into Montana.

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