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Government of B.C. Takes Action Against Plastic Waste

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Through new initiatives, the Government of British Columbia is taking action to prevent plastic waste from polluting shorelines and ending up in landfills. “People have...

Coastal First Nations in B.C. to Protect Coastline from Marine Debris

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A partnership between the Government of British Columbia and the Coastal First Nations — Great Bear Initiative will be focusing on removing marine debris...

Federal-Provincial Funding to Support Water and Wastewater Services in B.C.

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Communities in British Columbia will soon be able to apply for a share of the combined $150-million federal-provincial infrastructure funding that will help deliver...

B.C. Launches Fifth Year of Invasive Mussels Screening

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British Columbia’s Invasive Mussel Defence Program has launched its fifth season of protecting B.C. waterways from invasive zebra and quagga mussels. From now until late...

Expansion of Community Water Supply System in B.C. Comes to a...

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The Sunshine Coast Regional District’s (SCRD) proposed expansion of the community water supply system infrastructure cannot proceed as a result of a decision related...

New Agricultural Waste Regulation to Help Protect B.C. Water

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British Columbia has announced new rules for agricultural waste management to better protect the province’s water and to give the agricultural sector more clarity...

New Funding Stream for Green Infrastructure in B.C.

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Under British Columbia’s climate plan, CleanBC, the province and federal government will help fund green infrastructure in the province, including cogeneration at wastewater treatment...

Okanagan Basin Water Board Pens Letter to Heyman on Invasive Mussels

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The Okanagan Basin Water Board (OBWB) is renewing a call for legislation that would require all out-of-province watercraft to be inspected for invasive zebra...

B.C. Introduces Legislation to Update Environmental Assessment Process

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The British Columbia government has introduced legislation to modernize the environmental assessment (EA) of major resource projects in the province. The changes are designed with...

Legislation to Improve Science-Based Decision Making in B.C.

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Following a report issued in June, 2018, the B.C. government has introduced legislation aimed at making sure decisions affecting the province’s natural resources are...

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