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October 21, 2016 | DeSmog Canada | Published News | Sarah Cox

The Bay-breasted Warbler is one of 200 migratory bird species that rely on the valley for habitat. Credit: Jeff Nadler

Talk about the government fox guarding the hen house. BC Hydro has applied to the provincial government for a new license that will allow it to demolish Peace Valley protected old-growth forest, migratory bird habitat and a rare wetland for the Site C dam.

Next up on the Site C chopping block is 1,225 hectares of Crown land — an area larger than three Stanley Parks — that includes a spectacular and...

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