Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada’s largest World Heritage Site, was classified as having the worst conservation outlook in all of Canada and the second worst conservation outlook of all North American World Heritage Sites as a result of risks including the Site C dam and oil sands development.
A broad alliance of citizen-led groups is launching a series of hard-hitting radio ads to help convince the government of Premier Horgan to cancel the Site C dam
The case for Site C has fallen apart at the hands of BC Utilities…
“The writing is on the wall: the era of costly, environmentally-degrading, and human rights-destroying megadams is over. The report released today by the BCUC shows that Site C is not in the best interests of British Columbians.
The clock is ticking to stop the Site C megadam. The BC government is about to decide whether to cancel, continue or suspend the project. It’s all hands on deck to ensure they make the right decision.
Louis Bockner is a BC-based photographer with a big heart. Twice now, he has traveled north to the Peace River Valley to photograph the people and places threatened by the looming Site C dam project. With the BCUC review of Site C happening right now, we thought it would be a good time to catch up with Louis and hear more about his first-hand experiences in the Peace.