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Robin Rowland, July 21, 2014

Kitimat air shed study raises more questions than it actually answersThe sudden release early Friday, July 18, by the British Columbia Ministry of the Environment about the Kitimat Valley air shed study brings more questions than the answers it prov...

Robin Rowland, July 18, 2014

Kitimat can accommodate industrial growth, air shed study says. But where's Northern Gateway?The long awaited Kitimat air shed study, released by the province Friday, July 17, 2014,  says “that with proper management, Kitimat’s ai rshed can safely accommodate new indu...

Robin Rowland, July 8, 2014

Tropical fish, climate change migration growing threat to seagrass, kelp beds, study saysTropical fish are migrating into  what were once temperate water as a result of ocean warming and that poses a serious threat to the areas they invade, because they overgraze on k...

Robin Rowland, July 8, 2014

Fossil hedgehog, tapir lived in ancient rain forest at threatened Driftwood Canyon Park near SmithersAbout 52 million years ago what is now the Bulkley Valley was home to a tiny hedgehog  and an ancient ancestor of tapirs, who lived on the shores of a placid lake surrounded by  ...

Robin Rowland, June 30, 2014

Why the Supreme Court decision on Tsilhqot’in Rights and Title may change the worldOne small step for the Supreme Court of Canada, one giant leap for mankind.

Robin Rowland, June 30, 2014

The Supreme Court decision on Tsilhqot’in Rights and Title is a shot across the bow of the Alberta bound National Energy BoardThe response to the Joint Review Panel decision on the Northern Gateway, beginning in December and continuing until this Canada Day,  both in the public and in the media  is shar...

Robin Rowland, June 23, 2014

Harper assistant, Moore brush off Kitimat Northern Gateway plebiscite resultsBoth Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Conservative political minister for British Columbia, James Moore,  have brushed off Kitimat's concerns about the Northern Gateway Pipel...