Nature & Wildlife Conservation

Protecting Kokanee salmon

Protecting Kokanee salmon

Modern research complements traditional First Nations legacy programs in an effort to preserve freshwater salmon in BC.

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World’s largest volunteer Shoreline Cleanup comes to Vancouver

World’s largest volunteer Shoreline Cleanup comes to Vancouver

Residents in BC’s Lower Mainland get set to tackle shoreline litter for the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup on September 20.

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Paddle for Protection tour set for World Rivers Day

Paddle for Protection tour set for World Rivers Day

The Wilderness Committee celebrates World Rivers Day by paddling to protect the lower Bird River in Manitoba.

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David Suzuki: Of passenger pigeons and coal-mine canaries

David Suzuki: Of passenger pigeons and coal-mine canaries

Passenger pigeons were once a remarkable story of nature’s abundance. But then they told another tale about the destructive power of humans.

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Conservation groups challenge Jasper National Park development proposal

Conservation groups challenge Jasper National Park development proposal

Allowing overnight commercial accommodations at Maligne Lake violates Jasper National Park management plan.

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Good migrations: How FLAP plans on making Canada’s buildings safer for birds

Good migrations: How FLAP plans on making Canada’s buildings safer for birds

Between 100 million and 1 billion migrating birds are killed in building collisions across North America each year.

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David Suzuki: It’s time to save the bees and ban neonic pesticides

David Suzuki: It’s time to save the bees and ban neonic pesticides

It’s the government’s duty to protect us from potentially harmful chemicals. With neonics, the science is clear.

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Fish farm licences challenged in Federal Court

Fish farm licences challenged in Federal Court

Transfer provisions are unlawful and must be struck down, Ecojustice lawyers argue.

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Biking and hiking for Green Teams of Canada

Biking and hiking for Green Teams of Canada

Lyda Salatian treks throughout BC and Alberta in an effort to support her budding environmental charity, Green Teams of Canada.

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Critical caribou habitat is being sold to the energy industry in Alberta

Critical caribou habitat is being sold to the energy industry in Alberta

After a federal panel finds caribou at risk in Alberta, the province decides to sell off critical habitat areas for further industrial development.

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