BC resource sector under the gun
Breach at mining dam threatens drinking water, salmon-spawning rivers, spilling over to wider resource industry, pipeline plans
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Opponents of natural resource development have started turning words into action across Canada.
In northwestern British Columbia, the Gitxsan First Nation blocked the movement of Canadian National Railway trains through their 13,000 square miles of “traditional” land.
In southwestern Ontario, protes....
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