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LNG in the Skeena Watershed? Think Again!


In 2017 SWCC plans to continue region wide education and outreach, support First Nations on the proposed pipeline routes and terminal locations, assess cumulative LNG impacts and continue field visits to specific areas threatened by proposed LNG developments as well as contribute to economic development initiatives that follow the principles of …

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Bryan Cox: Setting the record straight on LNG from B.C.


It’s time to set the record straight on LNG from B.C.  B.C. will produce liquefied natural gas with the lowest emissions of any LNG facilities in the world because of our strict environmental regulations that limit emissions.  This means B.C. will meet rapidly growing global demand for LNG with the …

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Prospectus Filed Pursuant to Rule 424(b)(3) (424b3)


Use these links to rapidly review the document TABLE OF CONTENTS Table of Contents Filed Pursuant to Rule 424(b)(3) Registration No. 333-232256 The information in this preliminary prospectus supplement is not complete and may be changed. This preliminary prospectus supplement and the accompanying prospectus are part of an effective registration statement filed …

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Trade tops agenda at Wednesday’s premiers’ meeting


SASKATOON, Sask. — Canada’s provincial and territorial leaders will spend the next two days discussing a wide range of issues during closed-door meetings in Saskatoon, beginning with economic growth and competitiveness, internal trade and infrastructure. “Canada, our nation, needs to continue to be competitive and we know that a strong …

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Runners see red › Lethbridge Sun Times


Current Temperature 21.3°C July 11, 2019 July 11, 2019 Sections Local News Posted on July 10, 2019 by Lethbridge Sun Times Dozens of community members dolled-up in their best red dress and came together to run around Henderson Lake July 1 morning for the 12th annual Running in a Red …

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Province tosses hot potato to feds over Sask. reserve pot shops


Saskatchewan Justice Minister Don Morgan BRANDON HARDER / Regina Leader-Post With provincially unregulated pot shops now operating on two Saskatchewan First Nations, Justice Minister Don Morgan says they’re definitely “problematic” and he wants the federal government to address the issue.  “We’re worried about it and we’re urging the federal government …

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