First Nations bring contaminated fish to the BC provincial legislature to protest against the controversial $9 billion Site C dam.
The Okanagan Nation Alliance has released a new report, deeming the National Park in South Okanagan Lower Similkameen as feasible to move ahead to the next phase of negotiations.
In a packed community hall in Terrace, BC, First Nations and other communities come together to celebrate the protection of BC’s Sacred Waters through songs, dances, speeches and a feast.
After more than a year of hearings, the National Energy Board panel reviewing Enbridge’s oil tanker and pipeline proposal completed the community hearings phase of its review.
Shared by SalmonFoundation – Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Pacific Salmon Foundation and Goldcorp partnered to improve more than 3,000 m2 of critical spawning habitat for coho and sockeye on the Corbold Creek floodplain in the Upper Pitt River. Related articles Iron dump in Pacific wasn’t news to government, project says Conservatives’ obscene proposed grey-seal slaughter should be made […]
Non-profits could win one of five $10,000 conservation awards from BC Hydro.
Environmental groups applaud provincial NDP for announcing they will take back BC’s right to hold its own environmental assessments of the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline.
Green Jobs BC, Vancouver – The Good Jobs for a Green Future conference will bring together British Columbians from across the Labour and Environmental movements, as well business, First Nations, community, government, and other sectors interested in building a strong green economy. Through a combination of panel discussions, workshops, and plenary speakers, you will deepen your […]