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Trans Mountain pipeline faces six legal challenges; court rejects all environmental appeals

VICTORIA, B.C. – The Federal Court of Appeal ruled today to allow six of the twelve legal challenges against the Trans Mountain pipeline to proceed. These challenges are limited to the adequacy of the consultation with Indigenous Peoples and related issues.

B.C. Green Party announces new Executive Director

VICTORIA B.C. – The B.C. Green Party announced today that it has hired Andrew Brown, MSW RSW, a former Executive Director of the British Columbia Association of Social Workers and The Pacific Social Work Foundation.

B.C., federal governments announce $680 million to support future fossil fuel development in the province

VICTORIA, B.C. – Provincial and federal governments announced today they will subsidize fossil fuel development further by committing $680 million to electrify natural gas facilities that have yet to be built.

B.C. Greens welcome PTB ride-hailing announcement, caution need for continued data gathering to inform future decisions

VICTORIA, B.C. – The B.C. Green Caucus welcomes the Passenger Transportation Board’s announcement today on the next steps in the introduction of Transportation Network Services.

Ride-hailing to come to B.C., may be limited by Class 4 requirements

VICTORIA, B.C. – Lyft announced today that it intends to operate in Vancouver, but concerns remain that the significant hurdles of the Class 4 licence will provide a barrier in getting adequate number of  drivers to support the service in other areas of the province.

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