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“It's likely British Columbia would have been lost to the United States. The story needs telling, the role this courageous First Nations leader played and how it really saved British Columbia as part of Canada.” Enter the New Pathways to Gold Society, a non-profit organization that forms partnerships with First ...

The Likely, B.C. product was in net for the majority of the season series against the Americans, sporting a 2-1-1-0 record, 4.53 goals-against average, and .872 save percentage. Take that as you will, but Outhouse has proven himself more than worthy of earning the start option between the pipes for the ...
A community tour of Mount Polley in June 2015. Residents of Likely, B.C., view progress that's been made on channel reconstruction and erosion control work. CREDIT: IMPERIAL METALS. When the Mount Polley tailings storage facility failed in August 2014, it sent 7.3 million cubic metres of fine tailings, ...
Former Cariboo Cougar Griffen Outhouse of Likely, B.C. made 30 saves for the Royals, who were outshot 33-24. The day before in game six, Victoria edged Vancouver 4-3 in Langley in overtime. Outhouse, who turned 20 last month, had 40 saves, including six in overtime, as the Giants outshot the Royals ...
It contaminated drinking water for the community of Likely, B.C., near Williams Lake and heavily impacted the environment. This dam breach released years of accumulated mining waste, equivalent to approximately 25 million cubic meters. The wastewater poured into Hazeltine Creek and spilled into ...
A pact with the Green party that allowed the NDP to form a minority government in British Columbia is a working example of electoral reform ahead of a referendum on the issue next year, Premier John Horgan says. There have been a few bumps in the agreement between the New Democrats and Greens ...
Mount Polley Mining Corporation has been granted permission to drain treated mining waste water into Quesnel Lake, a massive glacial lake that provides drinking water to residents of Likely B.C., northeast of Williams Lake. Approval of the long-term waste water management plan came April 7, despite a ...
LIKELY, B.C. – A landslide in British Columbia's central Interior had cut off about 15 homes and forced one family to seek refuge on the water. Al Richmond of the Cariboo Regional District said early Thursday evening that the slide occurred near the community of Likely, which is about half way between ...


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