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Federal Stimulus Funding for Dormant, Orphan and Legacy Sites

Jul 21, 2021 | Orphan Sites, Dormant Sites, and More | 0 comments

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The Province of British Columbia is receiving the following funding from the Federal Government:


  • $100 million to decommission, assess and restore dormant sites;
  • $15 million toward orphan site restoration; and
  • $5 million to clean up legacy disturbances.


The BC Oil and Gas Commission has made additional information regarding this funding package available on their website.

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