Ottawa – The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled unanimously in favour of the Inuit hamlet of Clyde River in its case to stop oil exploration in the Canadian Arctic. This landmark ruling will have far-reaching impacts in terms of strengthening Indigenous rights around resource extraction projects, giving this David vs. Goliath battle an ending…
Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline project approval flies in the face of precautionary, science-based decision-making, groups say.
With assistance from Ecojustice lawyers, Wildlands League takes mining giant De Beers to court over failures to report on methylmercury, a neurotoxin.
First Nations and conservation groups vow to continue to fight the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project.
The sacred Blackfeet region of Badger-Two Medicine, part of the transboundary Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, moves closer to protection.
Canada’s investments in marine safety and emergency preparedness is an important first step, but ultimate success will be in the delivery.
Environmental impacts uncertain as tug continues to leak fuel in sensitive harvesting area in Heiltsuk Territory.
Signatories from Nations and Tribes across North America also commit to pushing for a sustainable economy based on renewable energy.
Conservation groups question unnecessary rush to hand Protected Area over to BC Hydro for Site C Dam construction.
Community groups work together to clean up pollution in a sensitive alpine ecosystem in northeastern BC.
Conservation groups urge compromised Board members to step down from the National Energy Board panel for the Energy East pipeline.
First Nation wants to hold industry and the provincial government accountable for massive Mount Polley mine tailings breach in central BC two years ago.
Completed in 2015, the marine plans seek a balance between stewardship and economic development using an ecosystem-based management approach.
Conservation groups, First Nations and other local communities complain that pipeline meetings are poorly advertised.
Landmark court decision strikes down the federal government’s approval of Enbridge’s controversial pipeline project.
Major report shows excessive industrial development on Blueberry River First Nations’ Land.
Chief Thomas says the Trans Mountain Proposal presents too great of a risk for the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to grant its consent.
Northern BC residents and groups appeal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to reject Enbridge’s three-year extension.