Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Tag: George Heyman

First Nation-led clean-energy project in B.C. to power the Yukon

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A First Nation-led clean-power generation project for British Columbia’s Northwest will provide a significant economic boost from added employment, as well as revenue from...

Funding gives old plastics new lease on life in B.C.

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A $10-million investment in the CleanBC Plastics Action Fund will help grow solutions to reduce plastic pollution, create new products and increase job opportunities...

B.C.’s largest coastal cleanup sets new targets

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New projects funded by the Province of British Columbia in partnership with coastal communities and Indigenous Peoples will clean as much as 1,000 kilometres...

Shared compliance and enforcement pilot project with B.C. First Nations

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The Kitasoo Xai’xais and Nuxalk First Nations, along with BC Parks, have signed an agreement that could lead to shared compliance and enforcement responsibilities...

B.C. seeks public input on environmental protection from industrial pollution

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To protect the environment and avoid costs to British Columbians, the province is inviting feedback on ways to ensure owners of large industrial projects...

EV maintenance skills training expands in B.C.

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More British Columbians can upgrade their skills to work on electric vehicles (EVs) through the expansion of the EV Maintenance Training program to three...

Outreach funds help promote electric vehicle uptake in B.C.

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Community groups and local governments throughout the province of British Columbia can receive funding through the Community Outreach Incentive Program (COIP) to educate and...

First-of-its-kind environmental agreement between Lake Babine Nation and B.C.

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Lake Babine Nation and the British Columbia government have signed a collaborative agreement to advance reconciliation, social, and community well-being, and regional economic growth...

B.C. launches electrification plan

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The Government of British Columbia and BC Hydro have launched BC Hydro’s new five-year electrification plan. The plan will make it easier and more...

British Columbia to expand EPR strategy

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Electric-vehicle batteries, mattresses, single-use fuel canisters and fire extinguishers are among the products that will be eligible for provincewide recycling as part of a...