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Mount Polley Mine Disaster & Quesnel Lake: MoE Comments

After the breach of a tailing pond at Mount Polley mine, effluent from the mine was diverted to Quesnel Lake, a glacial lake from...

Quesnel Lake and Quesnel River Water Safe to Drink Following Mine Tailings Breach

British Columbia’s Interior Health Authority has deemed water from Quesnel Lake and the Quesnel River safe to drink, after a tailings storage facility breach...

B.C. Swears In New Conservation Officers, Boosts Staff to 160

Twenty new conservation officers were sworn in yesterday in Victoria, British Columbia and will begin their postings this fall throughout the province. “We recognize the...

Long-Term Management Plan for Mount Polley Mine Approved

The approval of the long-term water management plan for Mount Polley means the mine can continue to operate providing 350 well-paying jobs in the...

More Bad News For Hydrology Due to the Mountain Pine Beetle

A method to control the spread of mountain pine beetles—pheromone baiting—may actually help the pest’s population increase, UBC research shows. A study by Rebecca Tyson,...

Concern for Mount Polley Mine Water Management

In the aftermath of the August 4, 2014, Mount Polley mine disaster, the communities of Mount Polley and Likely, B.C., approved the diversion of...

Mount Polley Mining Corp. Receives Short-Term Discharge Permit

The Government of British Columbia has approved Mount Polley Mining Corporation’s application for a short-term permit to treat and then discharge water outside a...

B.C. Issues Warning to Imperial Metals for Mine Tailings Breach

The Government of British Columbia issued an official warning to Imperial Metals on Sept. 9 after an inspection found the Mount Polley copper and...

B.C. Mine Tailings Pond Breach Causes Water Ban

A tailings storage facility breach at Imperial Metals Corporation’s Mount Polley mine in central British Columbia has caused the release of approximately five million...

Several Satellite Events to Run Alongside Watersheds 2014 Forum

The POLIS Project is playing a lead role in organizing Watersheds 2014: Towards Watershed Governance in British Columbia & Beyond, a forum running January...

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