B.C. wants to monitor illicit farm development from space


    The provincial government wants to hire MDA, a Canadian space technology company owned by U.S. firm Maxar Technologies, to use radar satellites to regulate development on agricultural land for approximately 60 to 90 days between now and February 2020. The pilot project comes amid strong opposition to the province’s Bill 52, a law that restricts agricultural land owners from having non-farm-use homes for family members. (Global News)

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