- Operations suspended at BC's Mount Polley mine as copper prices decline - CBC 01/07/2019
When pipeline companies want to build on Indigenous lands, with whom do they consult? - CBC 01/09/2019
Wet'suwet'en dispute over pipeline deal illustrates complexities of Indigenous law - Vancouver Sun 01/11/2019
SOLVING THE SALMON PROBLEM - Juneau Empire 01/11/2019
Imperial drops case against Mount Polley engineers - Stockwatch 01/11/2019
Vaughn Palmer: NDP grapples with pipelines, consent, and reconciliation - Vancouver Sun 01/14/2019
Celebrating wild Alaskan salmon in St. Helena, California - Napa Valley Register 01/15/2019
Trans Mountain pipeline work destroyed salmon habitat, scientist says - Vancouver Sun 01/27/2019
Death toll grows to 60 from tragic collapse of a dam owned by Brazilian mining giant Vale - CNBC 01/28/2019
Brazil’s deadly dam disaster may have been preventable - National Geographic 01/29/2019
DAM COLLAPSE AT BRAZILIAN MINE EXPOSES GRAVE SAFETY PROBLEMS - The Conversation 01/29/2019
RMA CEMENTING ALLIANCES IN NORTHWESTERN BC - Mining.com 01/30/2019
BRAZIL’S LETHAL ENVIRONMENTAL NEGLIGENCE - The New York Times 01/31/2019
SALMON BEYOND BORDERS is a campaign driven by sport and commercial fishermen, community leaders, tourism and recreation business owners and concerned citizens, in collaboration with Tribes and First Nations, united across the Alaska/British Columbia border to defend and sustain our transboundary rivers, jobs and way of life.
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