We should really celebrate our small blue planet every day, but recent events give us particular cause to reflect on our home and how we’re treating it.
US-based research institute concludes that bear viewing in the Great Bear Rainforest generates over 10 times more revenue than hunting.
Canada’s federal government has been spying on environmental organizations and public interest groups involved who have opposed oil pipelines in BC.
One year ago, the Coastal First Nations alliance announced a ban on killing bears for sport in the unceded territories of nine signatory nations.
Over the summer, Dogwood Initiative collected 12,800 new signatures on a petition opposing the expansion of coal export capacity in BC.
Canada’s largest direct-action conservation initiative calls on Canadians to participate in this fall’s cleanup, on September 21-29.
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.
Amid growing controversy over two proposals to expand coal exports through Vancouver, a new poll finds many residents are largely unaware of plans to increase US coal shipments through BC.