BC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT DOES NOT COMPLY WITH CEAA SUBSTITUTION AGREEMENT ON THE AURORA LNG PROPOSAL

May 19, 2017 BACKGROUND: • Chinese owned Nexen proposed LNG plant on Digby Island (Aurora) , a stone-throw away from Prince Rupert, is the biggest LNG plant proposal on the BC Coast, bigger than the approved and controversial Petronas plant on Lelu Island • in 2014, the BC Minister of Environment signed a Substitution Agreement … More BC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT DOES NOT COMPLY WITH CEAA SUBSTITUTION AGREEMENT ON THE AURORA LNG PROPOSAL

The Tyee Writes about Dodge Cove

https://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2017/03/18/Energy-Megaprojects-Seduce/ Opinion Energy Megaprojects, and How They Aim to Seduce Us ‘Rigorous’ reviews that aren’t so inclusive. Sparkling clean pipelines. Smooth sailing tankers. Don’t be fooled. By Ian Gill 18 Mar 2017 | TheTyee.ca Ian Gill lives and writes in Vancouver and works on social innovation initiatives. He is currently president of Discourse Media. Find his previous pieces … More The Tyee Writes about Dodge Cove

“At Northern Salmon Summit” by The Tyee

At Northern Salmon Summit, a Declaration: Cancel LNG or Else On the ground in Prince Rupert, where Skeena First Nations sent a clear message to government. By Ian Gill, 23 Jan 2016, TheTyee.ca Duane Howard sings a song on Flora Bank near the site of the proposed Petronas LNG project. Photo by Skeena Media <!– –> <!– … More “At Northern Salmon Summit” by The Tyee

Aurora LNG years away from final investment decision – The Northern View

Company holds open houses on Digby Island site proposal Source: Aurora LNG years away from final investment decision – The Northern View Members of the public and Dodge Cove residents examine the maps laid out by Aurora LNG staff at last week’s open house in Prince Rupert. Aurora LNG was receiving public comment regarding their … More Aurora LNG years away from final investment decision – The Northern View

Latest Harper Omnibus bill guts regulations for coal, LNG ports (Prince Rupert, anyone?)

The latest Harper omnibus budget bill would exempt ports from federal environmental protections, leaving coal and LNG exporters to self-regulate, legal experts warn. via Latest Harper Omnibus bill guts regulations for coal, LNG ports. By Andrew Gage and Anna Johnston – republished with permission from the West Coast Environmental Law Association. On October 23, 2014, … More Latest Harper Omnibus bill guts regulations for coal, LNG ports (Prince Rupert, anyone?)