Tuesday, January 31, 2017

New York Times Reading list: Not Available to, nor used by, British Columbia's media -

Unbiased view of British Columbia from the desks of the New York Times

Where Are the Trees? Not Paris, New 'Green View Index' Finds

higher than European cities. Singapore, however, ranks the highest with a 29.3 percent score, slightly ahead of Vancouver, British Columbia. The other cities mapped so far are Amsterdam; Boston; Frankfurt, Germany; 

From Around the O: 

From the University of Oregon, a tale of serendipitous research on an island off the coast of British Columbia. We think of wildfire as devastating, but new research suggests that for native people in the Pacific Northwest, fire was a tool of land management and fuel in a wet, deeply forested region. The story offers a glimpse into a corner of history before European settlement, and a reminder of what science contributes to our understanding of everything. — Kirk Johnson

As Climate Change Accelerates, Floating Cities Look Like Less of a Pipe Dream

real input from the Pacific Islanders themselves,” he added. Simon Donner, a geography professor at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver who studies the effects of climate change in the Pacific Islands,

Canada Beckons International Students With a Path to Citizenship

In British Columbia, where students from abroad make up 18 percent of the total enrollment, people in the province are beginning to grumble that locals are being passed over in favor of non-Canadians who pay higher

TransCanada to Find Out if Shippers Still Behind Keystone XL

WHISTLER, British Columbia — TransCanada Corp does not know definitively if shippers are still behind the recently revived Keystone XL pipeline project and will be reaching out to them to find out, chief executive

For Justin Trudeau, Canada’s Leader, Revival of Keystone XL Upsets a Balancing Act

carbon-pricing program in the province — a program that polls strongly in areas away from the oil patch, especially Ontario and British Columbia. But now people on all sides are angry at him. Along with a decision

The Triplet Stars of ‘Baby Geniuses’ Now Shine in the Rink

BEMIDJI, Minn. — Once in a while, when school is out and the hockey-playing Fitzgerald triplets are home in Port Alberni, British Columbia, on Vancouver Island, friends will text them that one of their movies is

M.T.A. Chief’s Departure Leaves Void at Top of Agency at a Critical Time

up working at the agency for 25 years. He left to work in the private sector and ran the transit system in Vancouver, British Columbia, before returning to New York in 2009 to oversee the subways. Among his major

Exclusive-Canada Seeks Warnings on Prescription Painkillers Amid Rising Deaths

doubled since 2010. An influx of illicit variations of fentanyl fuelled an 80 percent increase in deaths last year in British Columbia to a record 914. Philpott has called the opioid epidemic the nation’s greatest

Henrik Sedin Nets 1,000th Point, Canucks Beat Panthers 2-1

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Henrik Sedin got mobbed by the rest of the Vancouver Canucks moments after he got his 1,000th career point — and struggled to keep his emotions in check. "When I saw my teammates

Canada Today: Political Donations, a Young Captain and Top Films

don’t view the fund-raisers and Mr. Trudeau’s vacation as particularly important issues. Tell us what you think. Out in British Columbia, Dan Levin looked into the pay arrangements of Christy Clark, the premier.

Canadians Plead Guilty to Violations at Parks Across US West

case in November. The defendants posted video and selfies of their travels on social media. Several are from Vancouver, British Columbia, and have a clothing line that they promote. Gamble's attorney, Alex Rate,

Who Decides Who Counts as Native American?

orchards and canneries of Washington State. Her father was Filipino and her mother was Indian, raised on a Shxway reserve in British Columbia. Her mother always said she was part Shxway, a Canadian band within the

Monday, January 30, 2017

"A Guide to British Columbia's Liquefied Natural Gas Sector: LNG 101" with a chaser of the 405 movie.

We did a Post back in April of 2014 on the background to  A Guide to British Columbia's Liquefied Natural Gas Sector:  LNG 101  with this screen shot from Premier Christy Clark:  A Promise Made in 2013 is A Promise that can be broken in 2017.  LNG is Toast

While researching the original material we came across an anomaly, something that just doesn't happen, so says the BC Liberal Government soothsayer Ben James when it comes to mixing government politics with personal politics.  It just doesn't happen.

The topic was Engage BC LNG 101 =  "Basic introduction" for the simpletons
Engage BC LNG 101
The GCPE (Government Communications & Public Engagement) people who work for the Premier's Office had some extra times on their hands in 2007 and up until 2013 with Brian Bonney time sharing 50/50 thingy ruined it just before the 2013 election.  50 from the BC Liberal Party funds / 50 from British Columbia tax payers.

The Proof?

At precisely the same time that the GCPE (George Gretes not included, he was still in detention at school) were writing the LNG 101 brochure, they had their feet up on their desks, with popcorn in hand  ..... and watching  the movie 405

It only took three minutes to see it, but the GCPE being a large body of people $$$$ .... watched it twenty-one more times

British Columbia's promised forecast Bottom Line on LNG production doesn't take effect until

Rich Coleman's double hump projection of wells drilled didn't exist when his document was created, during an election year, and coincidentally never happened in reality of another election year.  The BC Liberals continue to use the same data 'proving' how much LNG revenue will impact the bottom line for British Columbians by eliminating the current Debt.

If that were true of the benefits of exporting LNG then EVERY country, province, state in the world  ... selling LNG are already, or will soon to be, debt free, long before British Columbia.

Why hasn't that kind of data, a comparison of British Columbia 'what if' failures to other entities 'success' stories, been provided by the BC Liberals?

We're in for another election in May, where's the proof of the Coleman's Forecast Scenario projection or for that matter, the completion of five projects producing/exporting by 2020 with 75% coming from north east British Columbia?
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Third paragraph from page 1 above
The Forecast Scenario is based on the assumption of five (5) new LNG plants on the west coast exporting 82 Megatonnes per year of LNG by 2020.  The amount of natural gas necessary to produce this amount of LNG would be 11.6 billion cubic feet per day (BCF/D) of marketable gas, or 15 BCF/D of raw gas.  This Forecast assumes 75 per cent of this gas will come from northeast B.C.

LNG Forecast Scenario - BC Oil and Gas Commission

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Bottom Line of information from page 2 above

There are currently more than 23,000 wells drilled in British Columbia.

In 2013 (election year), 565 wells were drilled and the province produced and average of 4.25 BDF/D of raw gas, or 3.75 BCF/D of marketable gas.

Data in the chart represents all wells drilled.  Natural gas wells account for approximately 90-95 per cent of all drilling activity  in the province.

By 2020 natural gas production will plateau at 11.6 BCF/D to supply the new LNG export market.

The majority of gas for LNG will come from the Horn River and Montney basins.  The speed of development in each basin is dependent upon the order in which LNG projects come into service.

Page 5 of 5  The disclaimer should be run with every commercial that the BC Liberal Government and BC Liberal Party produces, and their friends at Resource Works ....


This document contains forecasts that are based on assumptions and predictions of future events that may or may not turn out to be true.

We undertake no obligation to publically update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future development or otherwise.


Pipeline News North
The $1.8-billion facility would liquify natural gas drilled near Dawson Creek and export it to Asian markets at a rate of about 2.4 million tones per year, according to the EAO. 

 A far cry from the promised 11.6 BCF/D by 2020

Saturday, January 28, 2017

What Next? New York Times exposes British Columbia's Health Minister sending the organs of 914 fetanyl deaths to land fill

 Fake News!

What Next?

New York Times exposing British Columbia's Health Minister sending the 8 organs per person multiplied by 914 fentanyl death overdoses to the land fill instead of saving ..... lives ...
One organ donor can save up to eight lives. The same donor can also save or improve the lives of up to 50 people by donating tissues and eyes. More than 120,000 people in the United States are waiting for organ transplants. [Solid Organs: Hearts, kidneys, pancreases, lungs, livers and intestines].
In the local north shore news   View from The Ledge - Keith Baldrey quotes local British Columbia's coroner and medical officer on THEIR view from the death ledge by including the silver lining happening in New Hampshire:
“I don’t know of any jurisdiction that has the resources to be able to provide treatment on demand,” she said, noting that 18 U.S. states had higher drug overdose rates than did B.C. “If you look at New Hampshire, for instance, they saw a 1,100 per cent increase in organ donations mostly because of drug overdoses. This is how hard this is hitting North America and we’re not alone.” 
It only took Premier Christy Clark five years to realize that the optics of accepting a 'bribe' to cover her $50,000 expenses per year, while working on her Party's re-election winning chances in May, wasn't the greatest idea on her part, especially when one considers that it was the Leader of the BC Liberal Party that provided it......  Christy Clark (Leader).

We've just heard from a Tipster that the BC Liberal Party will announce between now and the May election that government has saved more lives than New Hampshire did in one year, and the patients will be voting in support of Christy.

Current Statistics Donors / Recipients

2016  Deceased Donors  74   of   914

 New York Times

How the Epidemic of Drug Overdose Deaths Ripples Across America

Canada?  No Stats
British Columbia?   No Stats

Friday, January 27, 2017

There's a history of the Peace River's clay and silt Slip, Sliding, Away

A rapid flow slide on the Peace River, north-eastern B.C., involving 7 million m3 of overconsolidated clay and silt.  The deposit is approximately 1 km long 
(Fletcher et al., 2001, in review).

Failure behaviour of landslides in clay and silt:                                                   Top

Two large landslides in overconsolidated glacio-lacustrine clay and silt deposits of British Columbia river valleys have been examined.  Both cases are quite similar in their main aspects.  However, their failure behaviour was very different.  One continues to exhibit intermittent, manly ductile deformations with limited mobility, which are typical of compound landslides in stiff clay.  The other suddenly developed into a catastrophic, extremely rapid flow slide of 6.4 Mm3, damming a large river in the course of a few minutes and projecting a wave onto the opposite bank.  A comparison of the two cases has been made and possible mechanisms for brittle flow slide formation have been proposed (Fletcher et al., in review).


Fletcher, L., Hungr, O., Watson, A. and Thomson, B., 1999.  Failure mechanism and behaviour of a large landslide in glacio-lacustrine silt and clay, Chilliwack River Valley, B.C.
Proceedings, Slope Stability and Landslides, Vancouver Geotechnical Society Symposium May, 1999, 55-62.
August 2001



If this profile looks familiar, its just upstream from Fort St. John -- Site C?

 Google Search Criteria: Attachie Slide

 .... Starting about rive kilometer 63, low-lying terraces on the north sied of the valley could potentially be affected by waves caused by landslides orginating from the slopes adajcent to the 1973 Attachie landslide.

Map 8 of 26 – Attachie Slide - Site C


The Proceedings of past Vancouver Geotechnical Society Symposiums can be found at the links below.

 History of

Railway and Vehicular Bridge Across Vancouver Harbour, B.C. (Canada). - A. D. Swan, 1928
First Narrows Water Tunnel: Engineering News Record January 1, 1933 and July 6, 1933, and a paper (author unknown)
The Lions' Gate Bridge - S. M.  Banks, 1942
Granville Bridge Test Hole Logs - City Engineer's Office, City of Vancouver, 1950
Report on Preliminary Investigation of Foundation Conditions of Proposed Port Mann Bridge - R. A. Spence, 1958
Preliminary Geologic Report on Glacial Till and Till-Like Sediments Beneath Piers S4 and S2 of the Port Mann Bridge - W. L. Brown, 1960
Design of the Main Foundations of the Port Mann Bridge - H. Q. Golder and G. C. Willeumeir, 1964
Peat Symposium - Vancouver Soils Group, February 27, 1967
The Function of Shotcrete in Support and Lining of the Vancouver R.R. (Thornton) Tunnel - E. E. Mason, 1968
Earthquake Design in the Fraser Delta - Task Force Report, June 1991 (for comparison the 2007 Report)
Breaking New Ground - Women in Geotechnical Engineering - Anna Lankford Burwash, Geotechnical News, 1997

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

How much Net Debt is British Columbians looking at, and in an Election Year?

2016 ... perfection for an election
2009 needed an infusion of $1.6 Billion for the HST

Norman Farrell In-Sights

British Columbia Debt Picture

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BC Agriculture Minister Norm Letnick 2016 body paint publicity stunt? an Apple Orchard. 2017? Bull - SHIT

We haven't found an image of a Cow doing this to a bear, but it is symbolic of how the BC Liberal government's Members of the Legislative Assembly treat taxpayers by their spending far too much time raising their funds while mixing it with official duties where they just happen to be in the same town on their days off of Saturday and Sunday.  
China - Trade Mission with BC

MLA Norm Letnick as an apple orchard last year

Can you spot the bad apple?

BC Liberal Government model is NOT a no-name stock photo, its MLA Letnick
Why, oh why did Letnick handlers place him at the public trough?  Was it because the 25% tax credit can be passed onto the BC Liberals from farmers.......? 
The credit is worth up to 25% of the fair-market value of the qualifying agricultural product and must be claimed in the same year that a charitable-and-other-gifts tax credit for individuals or deduction is claimed for the donation by a corporation. The farmers’ food donation tax credit is in addition to the charitable-and-other-gifts credit or the deduction.

This year, after snubbing the Abbotsford Pacific Agriculture Show  to spend his time raising funds for his Premier's riding in Kelowna, he has since backtracked (Mike Smyth) (Vaughn Palmer).  Palmer has suggested that the Minister should be body painted as a Turkey, we disagree, there is better choice, one that is more represented of them.  (Norm Letnick's Calendar 2016 of meetings and phone calls)

Provincial elections has taken the candidates our from  appearing in public to defend what he/she would do if the Constituents gave them a majority of votes whereby the BC Liberals $12 Million dollar war chest is used to elect the party, no matter the quality of the Candidate.

WE would rather have the North Vancouver - Lonsdale riding, currently held by Naomi Yamamoto, spend ALL of her time, after the Writ has been dropped, IN the riding, talking to ALL of her constituents rather sitting back on her haunches and letting the BC Liberal Team bombarding blanket advertising.

Two or three All Candidates meetings is not enough to be able to reach out to the public.  A school gymnasium is not a venue by which all questions can be asked, nor questions answered.

Why is it that when a constituent contacts the MLA by email for help, the MLA then sends out regular updates on what the BC Liberal Party is up to?  Why should there even be an Unsubscribe when there was NEVER a Subscribe mentioned?

The next full page add promoting Norm Letnick, the Agriculture Minister?


Feet to the Left; Head to the Right; Knees pulled up to the Front for ease of Gassing off from the Rear
Oh ... Bull Shit

Friday, January 20, 2017

Trans Mountain Pipeline only to be built to supply CHEAP gas for BC and in the event of war with the Soviet Union

Google Search Criteria:  Table 1.10B-2 Trans Mountain Pipeline by product type

  Sean Kheraj
Department of History
York University

Historical Background Report: Trans Mountain Pipeline, 1947-2013

4.0 Incidents and Oil Spills on the Trans Mountain Pipeline . .... Incident types reported to NEB, 1961-1996. • Causes of .... vapour pressure hydrocarbon product. 2.1. ..... Pipeline Spill History Table, http://www.transmountain.com/spill-history ...
 Page 6 of 86      on the heels of the Second World War and the 'end' of the Korean War .......
Origins and Rationale for Construction of the Trans Mountain Pipeline

Section Summary:

Between February 4, 1952 and October 17, 1953, Trans Mountain Oil Pipeline Company constructed a long-distance oil pipeline from Edmonton, Alberta to Burnaby, BC and parts of Washington

The original purpose of the pipeline was to create markets (both domestic and foreign) for newly discovered crude oil resources in Alberta following the discoveries at Leduc in 1947

All parties involved in the decision to approve the construction of the Trans Mountain pipeline envisioned the pipeline serving the economic interests of BC by supplying the province with  CHEAP, accessible oil

Trans Mountain also envisioned the pipeline serving a strategic defence purpose in the event of war with the Soviet Union

The Board of Transport Commissioners approved the pipeline proposal following three days of hearings

The original pipeline approval process did not involve public consultation nor did it involve environmental assessment
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How many jobs after building the pipeline?  The Premier says thousands

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Wednesday, January 18, 2017

BC Liberals Site C Dam: 'Escalation of commitment' and 'sunk cost fallacy’ policies

Its almost as if blogger ferrebeekeeper  is a British Columbian

Escalation of commitment refers to a behavioral phenomenon whereby a group of people who have embarked upon a decision which is producing increasingly negative outcomes continue forward with their course of action despite the accumulating evidence of bad results.  This sounds ridiculous, but it is a very frequent pattern in human behavior.  It is worth casting our minds back 100 years to 1917 when the First World War ground into its 3rd year despite the deaths of millions of combatants on both sides. In economics, a very similar situation is described as the “sunk cost fallacy’: throwing away more and more resources because the idea of losing the time and money already invested is too painful to bear.  ..................... Snip
 January 18, 2017 in Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , , ,


The Sunk Cost Fallacy. The Misconception: You make rational decisions based on the future value of objects (BC Hydro Site C), investments and experiences. The Truth: Your decisions are tainted by the emotional investments you accumulate, and the more you invest in something the harder it becomes to abandon it.

An example of 'accumulation' here in British Columbia is the way in which the BC Liberals have nailed down the category of ever increasing DEBT and still maintaining that they've balanced their Budget for four straight years....   and still they reward their Minister$$ for keeping the numbers below, or balanced by simply having presented an over inflated Budget.

The Tyee:

That is according to the July 15-released Public Accounts for the 2013-2014 fiscal year.  Snip

$160.93 Billion

Google Search Criteria:  wild west bc escalation costs of site c


 Anonymous said...
And about that wild west BC article  LINK

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

T/F: Premier Christy Clark helps more British Columbians achieve their dreams

The BC Liberal Party claims that more British Columbians are helped to achieve their dreams without providing government statistics.   

All we have to do is LISTEN to her recorded messages and that's the proof.

Are those vulnerable, aging out children, included in the 'more' or less? 

Premier Christy Clark

Canada's strongest economy and fastest job creation.  Four consecutive balanced budgets. A government that helps more British Columbians achieve their dreams.  Our Premier's record speaks for itself.

vulnerable: susceptible to physical or emotional attack or harm 
 Dreams or Nightmares

Canada's strongest economy
Protecting our environment
Looking out for BC's most vulnerable

Spending within our means
Jobs and opportunity for British Columbians
Investing in the services you count on


Dreams definition:

a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind during sleep.

"I had a recurrent dream about falling from great heights"


April 21, 2016 Post

MLA Christy Clark accepting bribes? but claims its for the BC Liberal Party election war chest?

A kinder Kinder Morgan to BC Liberals via BCRail's Vancouver Wharves

$28,888.00 investment


Is there a 888 club?

8. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

It all started with Gordon Campbell 'selling' donating BC Rail to Kinder Morgan
Pacific Environmental Centre?????      Ending a toxic nightmare - The Globe and Mail

Long-term lease agreement with British Columbia Railway Company will revitalize port facility

NORTH VANCOUVER, BC, April 3 /CNW/ - The British Columbia Railway Company(BCRC) announced today that it has entered into an agreement with Kinder Morgan Canada Terminals ULC (KMCT) regarding a long-term lease to operate Vancouver Wharves, its bulk marine terminal in North Vancouver and the purchase the terminal assets, which include on site rail infrastructure, dry bulk and liquid storage, and material handling systems.

The 40-year lease agreement will see Kinder Morgan make much needed capital investments to revitalize Vancouver Wharves while retaining ownership of the underlying real estate on which the facility operates.

"This agreement will bring new investment and opportunities to Vancouver Wharves and its customers and will secure its future as an integral port facility for British Columbia", said Kevin Mahoney, BCRC President and CEO.

"After a rigorous selection process that included input from many of our customers, employees and other key stakeholders, BCRC has chosen to enter into a long term lease agreement with Kinder Morgan that will bring real benefits to our customers, our employees, our community and our province." Snip

 Globe and Mail  Apr. 04, 2007

plus 40  =   2047

Does anyone have any idea on what BC Rail will do with the property?  Maybe a 990 year lease to CNRail, eh

With much beating of Kinder Morgan's breasts about how it is spending millions of dollars in improvements to 'their' Vancouver Wharves     it turns out that its British Columbia's taxpayers are pouring the money in ...

BCRC will continue to be responsible for ALL capital investment in the Port Subdivision railway line.

Crown Agency Service Plans - BC Budget - Province of British Columbia

Jan 29, 2009 - responsible for the management of its long-term lease of the former BC Rail corridor lands ... Wharves marine terminal operating lease with Kinder Morgan Canada Terminals. ..... In May 2007, BCRC entered into a 40- year Operating Lease Agreement for the Vancouver Wharves facility, with Kinder. Morgan ...

Monday, January 16, 2017

Trans Mountain Expansion Project: First Nations Separate Submission to Ministers

Lack of consultation appears to be the consistent theme when it comes to Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project  ..... the BC Liberal Government and   Liberal Government

Part I

British Columbia     EA Certificate

 Adams Lake Indian Band

Scia'new First Nation (Beecher Bay Indian Band)

Chawathil First Nation

Cheam First Nation

Coldwater Indian Band

Cook's Ferry Indian Band - BC only submission

Cook's Ferry Indian Band

Ditidaht First Nation

Esquimalt Nation

Katzie First Nation

Kwantlen First Nation

Kwikwetlem First Nation

Lower Nicola Indian Band

Lyackson First Nation

The First Nations of Maa-Nulth Treaty Society

Matsqui First Nation

Musqueam Indian Band

Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal Council

Pacheedaht First Nation

Pauquachin First Nation

Shxw’ōwhámel First Nation

Simpcw First Nation

Siska Indian Band - BC only submission

Squamish Nation

Sto:lo Collective

Tsawout First Nation

Tsleil-Waututh Nation - BC only submission

T'Sou-ke Nation

Yale First Nation

Last Updated: 2017-01-12


Part II 
Joint Federal/Provincial Consultation and Accommodation Report for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project and Appendices
Commitment Tracking Table

Joint Federal/Provincial Consultation and Accommodation Report

Appendix A.12 - Horse Lake First Nation

Appendix B.1 - Lheidli T'enneh First Nation

Appendix B.2 - Lhtako Dene Nation (Red Bluff Indian Band)

Appendix B.3 - Ashcroft Indian Band

Appendix B.4 - Boston Bar First Nation

Appendix B.5 - Cook's Ferry Indian Band

Appendix B.6 Kanaka Bar Indian Band

Appendix B.7 Nicomen Indian Band

Appendix B.8 Siska Indian Band

Appendix B.9 Nlaka'pamux Nation Tribal Council

Appendix B.10 Coldwater Indian Band

Appendix B.11 Lower Nicola Indian Band

Appendix B.12 Nooaitch Indian Band

Appendix B.13 ? ackan Indian Band

Appendix B.14 Okanagan (Syilx) Nation

Appendix B.15 Adams Lake Indian Band

Appendix B.16 Bonaparte Indian Band

Appendix B.17 - Canim Lake Band (Tsq'escen)

Appendix B.18 Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band

Appendix B.19 High Bar (Llenlleney'ten) First Nation

Appendix B.20 Neskonlith Indian Band

Appendix B.21 Shuswap Indian Band

Appendix B.22 Simpcw First Nation

Appendix B.23 Splats'in First Nation

Appendix B.24 - Stk'emlupsemc te Secwe'pemc Nation

Appendix B.25 - Stswecem'c Xgat'tem (Canoe Creek / Dog Creek Indian Band)

Appendix B.26 - Ts'kw'aylaxw First Nation (Pavilion Indian Band)

Appendix B.27 Whispering Pines/Clinton Indian Band

Appendix B.28 Williams Lake Indian Band

Appendix B.29 Xats'ull First Nation (Soda Creek Indian Band)

Appendix B.30 Toosey Indian Band

Appendix C.1 - Kwikwetlem First Nation

Appendix C.2 Musqueam Indian Band

Appendix C.4 Squamish Nation

Appendix C.5 Tsawwassen First Nation

Appendix C.6 Tsleil-Waututh Nation

Appendix C.7 Chawathil First Nation

Appendix C.8 Cheam First Nation

Appendix C.9 Katzie First Nation

Appendix C.10 Kwantlen First Nation

Appendix C.11 Matsqui First Nation

Appendix C.12 Peters Band

Appendix C.13 Popkum Indian Band

Appendix C.14 Seabird Island Indian Band

Appendix C.15 C Shxw’ōwhámel First Nation

Appendix C.16 - Sts'ailes (Chehalis) Nation

Appendix C.17 Union Bar First Nation

Appendix C.18 Yale First Nation

Appendix C-19 - St':l' Collective

Appendix D.1 Cowichan Tribes

Appendix D.2 Ditidaht First Nation

Appendix D.3 Esquimalt Nation

Appendix D.4 Halalt First Nation

Appendix D.5 Hwlitsum

Appendix D.6 Lake Cowichan First Nation

Appendix D.7 Lyackson First Nation

Appendix D.8 Maa-nulth First Nations

Appendix D.9 - Malahat Nation

Appendix D.10 Pacheedaht First Nation

Appendix D.11 Pauquachin First Nation

Appendix D.12 Penelakut Tribe

Appendix D.13 Scia'new First Nation (Beecher Bay Indian Band)

Appendix D.14 Semiahmoo First Nation

Appendix D.15 Snaw-naw-as (Nanoose) First Nation

Appendix D.16 ? uneymuxw (Nanaimo) First Nation

Appendix D.17 Songhees First Nation

Appendix D.18 Stz'uminus First Nation

Appendix D.19 Tsartlip First Nation

Appendix D.20 Tsawout First Nation

Appendix D.21 Tseycum First Nation

Appendix D.22 T'Sou-ke First Nation

Appendix F Aboriginal interests and concerns that influenced project design

Appendix G - Commitments Tracking Table

Appendix H - NEB Panel Terms and Conditions

Appendix I - Other Crown Measures Related to West Coast Energy Infrastructure

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Last Updated: 2017-01-12