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EDF EN Canada Signs Protocol Agreement with West Moberly First Nations

EDF EN Canada Inc., a subsidiary of EDF Energies Nouvelles, and West Moberly First Nations (WMFN) are pleased to announce they have jointly signed a Protocol Agreement regarding the development of three wind energy projects representing over 500 megawatts of clean renewable power in the Peace River Region of British Columbia. The three projects are the Sundance Wind Project, Taylor Wind Project and Wartenbe Wind Project. The Taylor and Sundance projects are undergoing a BC Environmental Assessment. In the event […]

Alberta bitumen B.C.-bound one way or another, provinces agree

B.C. and Alberta include scenario as part of talks on energy exports By Gordon Hoekstra, Vancouver Sun October 16, 2013 6:40 AM Ground shots showing the bitumen flow lines from a SAGD well pad to the Central Processing Facility at Nexen’s Long Lake Phase 1 integrated oilsands facility in north eastern Alberta. Photograph by: Dave Olecko B.C. and Alberta acknowledged Tuesday that if the Northern Gateway and Trans Mountain pipelines to the west coast are […]

Cheslatta First Nation hopes to restore part of Nechako River

By Mike Hager, Vancouver Sun A traditional Cheslatta burial ground after flooding. The remains of about 60 Cheslatta have been washed away and recovered since the surplus water was first released from the Nechako Reservoir in 1956. A First Nation in north-central B.C. wants to replenish a portion of the upper Nechako River, using water from a reservoir created by a Rio Tinto Alcan dam that dried up the river 60 years ago. The Cheslatta […]

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