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Thursday, February 15, 2018

 Hi

We have received a response from MPMC regarding our questions about the mine not discharging in April 2017.

See below

"Prior to resuming discharge under the Long Term Water Management Plan, as required under Section 1.2.4 of the EMA Permit 11678, MPMC completed addit...

Thursday, February 1, 2018

Mining Watch Canada comments

"WHAT? The whole point was to keep the door open so the Province could take over the case with the evidence they were supposedly putting together."

Great Article from The Province and Gordon Hoekstra

"The B.C. Prosecution Service will not take...

Monday, November 20, 2017

Christine and I were excited to share the story behind CCQL with West Coast Environmental Law. We are incredibly grateful for their ongoing support.

See WCEL article for further reading. Click Here

Thursday, September 7, 2017

On August 22nd 2017 we received reports of a strange not seen before  "film" on parts of Quesnel Lake.

Since that time CCQL has contacted the BC Ministry of Environment and BC Interior Health for advice on what this may be and to request testing.

As you may be aware many...

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

With the new BC Government now in place, the members of CCQL have written to the members of the provincial and Federal Government to demand action.

This letter has today been circulated to the Canadian press.

We have provided background information, the main issues and t...

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

A truly spectacular short film, with wonderful footage of  Quesnel Lake.  Robert Moberg Films will take you on a wonderful journey, please support.

A film exploring the social and environmental aftermath of the devastating Mt Polley mine disaster in central BC.
 

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

 

 

Click Here for the May 26th 2017 Letter to MPMC from the BC MOE

You may recall, when the MOE released the amended permit in April 2017, Section 1.2.4 required that additional toxicity testing be completed to demonstrate that the mine effluent containing the maximum co...

Friday, May 12, 2017

The April 2017 Monthly Report from MPMC became available recently. It was surprizing that the report states that there was no discharge of mine effluent from the Water Treatment Plant, station name HAD03 in April 2017.

The reason stated was, "due to naturally high flows...

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

On May 5th 2017 the BC Ministry of Environment published a letter sent to MPMC regarding the copper limits for Quesnel Lake.

The letter was being sent in response to "information  recently brought to the MOE's attention by MPMC regarding potential background fluctuation...

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

At CCQL we wanted to give you a short review of the main points from the newly amended Permit 11678. Click here for the permit

Section 1.1.1 - The monthly average rate of tailings slurry will be 55,500 m3/day, then November 2015 permit allowed 54,500m3/day. This is a 10...

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