Columbia Basin Trust provides $3 million for 53 new recreation infrastructure projects
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The government’s new Bill C-69 provides a new environmental assessment process and includes a new mechanism for protecting navigable waters.
FortisBC’s Community Investment program has helped to fund a snowtube, a specialized piece of equipment used to collect core samples from snowpacks.by Tanya Laing Gahr
CertainTeed proposes a 135-hectare open-pit gypsum mine, located approximately 12 kilometres northeast of Canal Flats.
Attend the Columbia Basin Trust event, SHIFT! Thriving in Change, from anywhere in the Basin
The Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy presented the Climate & Energy Action Awards. The City of Cranbrook received an Honourable Mention
Communities reduce water use from 2 to 39 per cent.
Teck Trail Operations has completed construction on the Smelter Recycle Building, a $35-million investment that will reduce fugitive dust emissions by up to 25%
Project data includes water chemistry, velocity, flow, temperature and Environment Canada Analytical Reports.
Shifting to electric cars is needed in the Kootenays as our current transportation accounts for 60 per cent of our total greenhouse gas emissionsby Virginia Rasch