Friends of Wild Salmon News

March 2023

$10 billion Nisga’a-led LNG project gets green light to enter environmental review

The Vancouver Sun, March 19, 2023

Governments grant environmental approval for $3B First Nation-owned Cedar LNG project

CBC News, March 14, 2023

B.C. about to decide on biggest pipeline yet

The National Observer, March 9, 2023

February 2023

Fisheries Department to shut 15 salmon farms off B.C.’s coast to protect wild fish

The Vancouver Sun, February 17, 2023

Delays cause Telkwa Coal Ltd., to be assessed under new (2018) Environmental Assessment Act

Smithers Interior News, February 9, 2023

DFO quietly backed off while Coastal GasLink pipeline work killed fish

The Narwhal, February 8, 2023

Caribou or Coal Mine?

The Tyee, February 7, 2023

January 2023

Feds back pedal on salmon farms

Living Oceans Society, January 25, 2023

Electricity constraints force LNG Canada terminal to delay renewable shift

The Vancouver Sun, January 17, 2023

Coastal GasLink accused of failing to prevent sediment from entering a Wet’suwet’en river

The Narwhal, January 12, 2023

Group presents petition to reopen public engagement on Telkwa Coal

Smithers Interior News, January 12, 2023

November 2022

Is B.C.’s $6 billion commitment to Coastal GasLink and LNG Canada still economically viable?

The Narwhal, November 24, 2022

Mark Zacharias and Merran Smith: Canada’s LNG export dreams could leave B.C. powerless to pursue oth

The Vancouver Sun, November 15, 2022

October 2022

Environmental group urges public to comment on Cedar LNG project by Oct. 14 deadline

Kitimat Northern Sentinel, October 13, 2022

September 2022

Why Are Railways Allowed to Police Themselves?

The Tyee, September 28, 2022

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