Canada’s investments in marine safety and emergency preparedness is an important first step, but ultimate success will be in the delivery.
More fuel tankers navigate the BC Coast, while the Heiltsuk Nation struggles to contain devastating spill in territorial waters.
Coastal First Nations renews call for oil tanker ban on BC coast in aftermath of Bella Bella spill.
Environmental impacts uncertain as tug continues to leak fuel in sensitive harvesting area in Heiltsuk Territory.
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.
Celebrate National Tree Day by helping to plant 500 new trees and shrubs in a community park! Enjoy live music, nature activities, and a free BBQ lunch for planters (while supplies last).
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.
Conservationists say Kinder Morgan pipeline proponents need to consider the Southern Resident killer whale, one of Canada’s most iconic endangered species.
Chief Thomas says the Trans Mountain Proposal presents too great of a risk for the Tsleil-Waututh Nation to grant its consent.
While Alberta, Ontario and Quebec move forward, BC’s carbon emissions are rising.
Renewed federal support for ocean protection will help protect BC’s ocean health, economy and First Nation cultures.
RoadWatchBC puts increased highway safety for both people and wildlife into the hands of anyone with a smartphone or a computer.
Photos and video reveal Western toads throughout forest slated to be logged in Nakusp, BC.