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FOOD AND DRINK
Patrick Brown describes the challenges to deep sea ships navigating in Haro Strait and what potential increases in traffic could mean.
After 10 years, joy of First Nations and NGOs over second New Prosperity Mine turndown was shortlived. Proponent Taseko will appeal, BC government says it will help.on page 7 | also single article 'Reprint' in Forests + Mining archive (Back Issues & Reprints)
MLA Gary Holman gives his take on the BC 2014 Budget, North Island MLA Clair Trevena adds more commentary.on page 1 & 10 | also single article 'Reprint' in BC Legislature archive (Back Issues & Reprints)
Neither BC’s provincial government nor the official opposition will discuss energy policy; Weaver, BC’s lone Green Party MLA, starts the public debate. Using global climate change as a lens, he looks at: the effects of exporting Alberta’s tar sands bitumen, shipping Wyoming’s thermal coal, and exporting LNG as a substitute for China’s coalburning electricity generation. BC, he says, takes the environmental risks for each alternative: pipelines and railways through rugged mountain ranges, tankers and bulk carriers navigating BC’s tricky waterways, a potential refinery at Kitimat.on page 5 | also single article 'Reprint' in BC Legislature archive (Back Issues & Reprints)
Ray Griggs tells the story of a Great Bear Rainforest death. on page 12
Elizabeth May tell us how these factors interact and why we need a Canadian train transportation strategy. (MP Bruce Hyer starts a tour to dialogue on a national rail strategy)on page 6 & 11 | also single article 'Reprint' in Transportation archive (Back Issues & Reprints)
Tons of Readers Letters, page 4
Round The Islands, page 6