Vancouver Island

Posted on February 15, 2015

Cumberland, B.C., was built on coal — literally.

Built in the 1890s atop one of the richest coalfields in coastal British Columbia, the ground below the village’s downtown is criss-crossed with hundreds of now-flooded mining tunnels.
John SnyderMine opponents began organizing almost as soon as the project was announced

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