Environmental groups call on federal politicians to come together across party lines in support of environmental rights.
False representations from well-funded climate change deniers mislead Canadians and violate the Competition Act.
The Wilderness Committee delivered over 3,600 letters regarding the government’s Nopiming Provincial Park Draft Management Plan.
Public interest groups appeal to highest court in Canada to overturn damaging precedent for major project reviews.
Acting Environmental Commissioner in Ontario says the government is not recovering costs for water supplied to industry.
Report Card released on the opening of the UN Sustainable Development Summit.
Industry exemptions from Endangered Species Act unlawful, groups say.
Conservation leaders from the IUCN, Y2Y and other groups make the case for improving World Heritage sites.
With Alberta announcing full protection of the Castle region, it makes it even more clear that protecting the “missing piece” of Waterton-Glacier should be a priority.
First Nations continue to fight to stop construction of the Site C Dam in order to protect old growth trees and eagle nests.
First Nations leaders from throughout northern BC gather in Prince George to discuss a process of resource development they say is broken.
Two environmental organizations and more than individuals join experts in withdrawing from the National Energy Board hearings due to flawed and biased process.
The province is launching a 60-day public consultation process on protection options for the region.
Environmentalists commend City of Victoria for standing against contentious cutblocks in a nearby old-growth area.
Ontario’s acting Environmental Commissioner offers some praise for the provincial government, but also warns it may be difficult to meet its climate change targets.
The Blackfeet Nation and members of Pearl Jam release a new video to build support for protecting the sacred Badger-Two Medicine region.
Canada’s federal government was opposed to LNG shipments in New Brunswick, but is not applying the same standards in BC.
Chiefs from two First Nations bring 200 pounds of contaminated bull trout from BC’s Crooked River system in a demonstration on provincial legislature against the controversial $9 billion Site C dam.