It will take centuries for the site to recover, fisheries biologist say
By The Canadian Press, July 28, 2015
VANCOUVER – A judge has refused to block British Columbia’s government from auctioning off 15 logging licenses within the traditional territory of a First Nation in the province’s northeast.
The application is part of a much broader lawsuit in which the First Nation alleges its treaty rights have been violated wholesale, in a region that will be home to the province’s controversial Site C hydroelectric dam. Read the rest of this entry