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Interfor VP Ric Slaco insults German school teacher

April 22, 2004 | 

Ric Slaco is Chief Forester and a Vice-President at Interfor. In the letter below, he is replying to Angelika Hanko and some of her students, who wrote to Interfor ...

Cache Creek chicken blockade

April 16, 2004 | 

Click here for the Cache Creek Landfill Song, a backgrounder on avian flu, and more materials Dateline: 6:00 PM, Friday, April 16, 2004 Meeting with Minister van Dongen in ...

Trash is our goldmine: The Cache Creek Landfill Song

April 15, 2004 | 

The Cache Creek Landfill Song We got a brand new industry That’s catered to finer taste Cause we love Lower Mainland’s money And we learned to love its waste ...

Site C power: we buy, we sell

April 14, 2004 | 

On March 31, 2004, BC Hydro published their 2004 Integrated Electricity Plan. In it, is discussion of Site C, a third dam proposal for the Peace River. It has ...

Where won't the chickens cross the road? Cache Creek

April 13, 2004 | 

“There will be no chickens crossing the road in Cache Creek today,” says Mike Retasket, Chief of the Bonaparte Indian Band. Chief Retasket, who is also the Vice-President of ...

Corporations to decide town’s future

April 9, 2004 | 

The residents of Port Alice must be wondering what has happened to democracy. The future of their town will not be determined in a municipal election, but by corporate ...

Softwood: the more things change, the more they stay the same

April 5, 2004 | 

Markets without competition: BC companies control log prices Recent headlines have shouted about British Columbia’s attempts to go it alone and cut its own softwood lumber deal with the ...

Good News from Canada’s Supreme Court?

April 1, 2004 | 

Imagine a world where sustainability is the norm, not the exception; where Aboriginal interests are protected, not marginalized; where healthy people and wildlife, clean air and water are celebrated ...

Public process in Fernie a sham?

March 30, 2004 | 

Fernie doesn’t want coal bed methane development (CBM). The municipal council passed a resolution opposing CBM after a broad cross section of citizens spoke out a turnout at a ...

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