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Exploration Update 0.54g/t Gold over 188.27m; Quartz Breccia Zone at Lone Pine Property

April 29, 2013Exploration Update 0.54g/t Gold over 188.27m; Quartz Breccia Zone at Lone Pine Property April 29, 2013 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada: Bard Ventures Ltd. (the “Company“) wishes to provide a summary of previously announced results of gold analysis covering both historical and recently completed drill holes in the Quartz Breccia Zone (“QBZ”) on its Lone Pine Property (the “Property“). The Company remains pleased and encouraged by the gold results received from drill hole […]

Northern Gateway panel releases 199 pipeline conditions

From CBC News A federal panel has laid out almost 200 conditions for the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline project that would have to be met before it could proceed, including almost $1 billion in liability coverage in the event of a catastrophic oil spill. Among the other requirements, Enbridge must undertake rigorous pipeline inspections every two years to check for cracks, and have specially equipped tugboats accompany tankers out of Kitimat Harbour in northern B.C. […]

Wind Power in BC

Wind power is a late arrival to the British Columbia electricity grid. But it’s catching up and is eventually expected to surpass run of river hydro power as the largest source of private-sector generation in B.C. Since turbines first began turning in 2009 at the Bear Mountain wind farm near Dawson Creek, shipping power onto the BC Hydro grid, B.C.’s wind sector has grown to three projects, with five more in various stages of development. […]

New LNG proposals avoid tanker transit in sheltered B.C. coastal waters

The Coast Tsimshian village of Lax Kw’alaams north of Prince Rupert could be poised to become a liquefied natural gas centre with significant advantages over Prince Rupert and Kitimat after the province announced Wednesday it has received four new LNG proposals. All four identify Grassy Point, across the harbour from Lax Kw’alaams, formerly Port Simpson, as the potential site for a terminal. The Coast Tsimshian are already involved in talks with the energy players in […]

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