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“That’s the most interesting thing — since Day 1, the government has said Springbank will be cheap, easy and quick,” he said.“Suddenly, there’s some kind of weird idea that they would sell some land to someone at some future time — it’s a rich stretch.”Opponents of the project won a legal victory in June, with a federal court ruling that Environment Minister Catherine Mc Kenna had to The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) had previously ordered an assessment of the dam project that would be conducted by the agency itself.
A declining housing market, coupled with rising interest rates, was expected to put pressure on heavily-leveraged Canadians, and therefore the lucrative lending businesses of the country’s biggest banks.
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While it has support from the City of Calgary and the Calgary River Communities Action Group, the dam is opposed by landowners who will have their properties expropriated and the Tsuut’ina Nation.
Friday’s announcement comes as little surprise to Don’t Dam Springbank spokesman Ryan Robinson, whose group has long criticized the project as misguided and expensive.“It’s interesting to finally get some more updated numbers, and it’s really interesting that now they’ve come to the same conclusion as our group,” he said.“The Mc Lean Creek dam, which protects more people, is upstream of Redwood (Meadows,) Bragg Creek and the (Tsuut’ina) Nation — protects all those communities and is cheaper.”He also questioned the government’s plan to offset the project’s cost by selling surplus land.
Once in government, the NDP reversed course and declared it would proceed with the controversial off-stream reservoir despite concerns the project would trigger a protracted legal battle with Springbank landowners and questions about whether the project made economic sense.