the Caren Range in the News
Here you will find news relating to the Caren Range from regional newspapers. Lately, the bulk of news relating to the Caren Range has been on the topic of Pan Pacific Mining Aggregates' proposed mine operation in the heart of the Caren Range. Submit news regarding the Caren Range.
On Saturday at 11 a.m. boats of various types and sizes will be gathering in Wood Bay to rally against Pan Pacific Aggregates’ proposed conveyor belt and loading facility for shipping out industrial minerals.
Pan Pacific Aggregates' project manager says the mining company's exploration activities last year were "ill-conceived" and done by "amateurs."
In heady boom times, the story of British Columbia is often the story of enthusasts for bigger is better trying to stuff some engineering marvel down the throats of unhappy people expected to swallow consequences they find deeply distateful.
Pan Pacific Aggregates’ (PPA) proposed conveyor belt and ship loading facility in Wood Bay drew close to 200 people to a community meeting on a sunny Mother’s Day afternoon.
The Sechelt Indian Band (SIB) council decided Monday it will hold a referendum among Band members on the question of whether to approve or oppose Pan Pacific Aggregates’ proposed mining operations within the Sechelt Nation’s traditional territory.
More people than in the past four years combined showed up for South Pender Harbour Waterworks District’s (SPHWD) recent annual general meeting. Questions and discussion about the potential impacts of Pan Pacific Aggregates’ (PPA) proposed mining operation in the Caren Range were put off until a public meeting in Pender Harbour soon (date and location to be announced) to discuss the issue.
Residents were voicing their concerns at a recent Pan Pacific Aggregates (PPA) information session in response to the company’s proposed conveyor belt running from its mining site down to load-out barges in Wood Bay near Secret Cove.
Pan Pacific Aggregates (PPA) has issued a response to information posted on a website run by community members about its proposed mining project.
The public pleaded its case to the federal and provincial governments’ environmental assessors at a Pan Pacific Aggregates (PPA) forum Wednesday, citing concerns including noise and dust, and barges through Skookumchuck. But the government representatives were in no position, at this early stage in the process, to determine the fate of the mine project.
Residents took to the streets Wednesday afternoon in a peaceful protest march up Mason Road to Pan Pacific Aggregates' gate.
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