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Robin Rowland, January 28, 2016

BC launching major study of Kitimat River, Kitimat Arm water qualityThe Environmental Protection Division of BC's Ministry of Environment is launching a major study of the water quality in the Kitimat valley, first on the Kitimat River and some of ...

Robin Rowland, January 27, 2016

Eel grass really a flower that stores more carbon than tropical forests, genome revealsEel grass is not a seaweed but a flowering plant that migrated to the sea, say scientists who have now mapped the eel grass genome.

Robin Rowland, January 15, 2016

Prepare now for drastic climate change, UBC study warns First Nations' fishery, other stakeholdersFewer salmon; many more sardines. That's one of the predictions from a new study from the University of British Columbia, looking at the future of the fishery on the coast.

Robin Rowland, January 13, 2016

BC Supreme Court rules province failed to consult First Nations on Northern GatewayThe B.C.

Robin Rowland, January 5, 2016

LNG Canada Kitimat project receives BC facility permitThe Shell-led LNG Canada project in Kitimat has received a facility permit from the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission (OGC), the company said Tuesday.

Robin Rowland, December 25, 2015

BC Environment Appeal Board upholds Rio Tinto sulphur dioxide emissions in Kitimat airshedThe British Columbia Environmental Appeal Board has upheld Rio Tinto's plans for sulphur dioxide emissions in the Kitimat airshed and dismissed the appeal from residents Emily Toew...

Robin Rowland, October 23, 2015

Haisla celebrate incremental treaty pact with BC, see more traditional lands returnedThe Haisla Nation celebrated the signing of an incremental treaty agreement with the British Columbia government Tuesday at the Haisla Recreation Centre in Kitamaat Village.