Environment & Sustainability

While sediment samples collected from the area surrounding the Mount Polley tailings breach exceed some provincial standards, the B.C. Ministry of Environment insists levels are ...

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The Vancouver Aquarium has launched a lawsuit challenging the validity of the Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation’s July 31st resolutions regarding the acquisition and ...

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Two environmental groups are asking British Columbians to help them track where and how oil would spill in the waters around Vancouver in the event ...

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The Mount Polley mine disaster has officially spilled over the border into the U.S. – figuratively speaking.

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The government has given B.C. mines three months to conduct independent reviews of the state of their tailings facilities in the wake of the Mount ...

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Imperial Metals Corp. (TSX:III) will raise $100 million through debentures to help cover the cleanup costs of its Mount Polley mine disaster, and plans to ...

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The results for tests on water samples taken from Polley Lake on August 7 and 8 show levels very close to those seen prior to ...

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A breach at Imperial Metals' (TSX:III) Mount Polley Mine tailings pond in Canada’s British Columbia may have been avoided had the company listened to concerns raised by engineers ...

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Preliminary testing of water in Quesnel Lake has determined the water is within federal and provincial drinking water guidelines, despite the collapse of a tailings ...

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It will take some time to determine the long-term environmental effects of the Mount Polley Mine tailings pond breach, according to a UNBC researcher familiar ...

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