Renewed federal support for ocean protection will help protect BC’s ocean health, economy and First Nation cultures.
Northern BC residents and groups appeal to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to reject Enbridge’s three-year extension.
An exciting opportunity volunteer with CPAWS Wildlands League’s Paddle The Rouge 2016.
CPAWS Wildlands League is holding its 3rd annual Paddle The Rouge at Rouge Beach Park on June 18, 2016.
Organizations from across Canada urge Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to take immediate action to halt construction of BC’s Site C dam.
The groups are urging the BC government and mining companies to commit to better practices and stronger regulations to protect communities from industrial pollution.
With the province making its opposition official, the question now is whether the federal government will follow in its footsteps.
Final six-month countdown for the project begins as oil producers are unlikely to sign shipping agreements.
Legislation coming into force on January 1 allows BC’s greenhouse gas emissions from LNG to rise.
Landmark study confirms that diluted bitumen sinks in water, making it nearly impossible to clean up a large spill with current technology.
Acting Environmental Commissioner in Ontario says the government is not recovering costs for water supplied to industry.
First Nations continue to fight to stop construction of the Site C Dam in order to protect old growth trees and eagle nests.
Join Credit Valley Conservation for their annual Stewardship Forum on Saturday, October 3 from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm.
First Nations leaders from throughout northern BC gather in Prince George to discuss a process of resource development they say is broken.
Suzuki will join hundreds of people who will paddle down the Peace River to protest construction of the Site C dam.
Hundreds of people in canoes and kayaks will float down the Peace River July 11 to protest the imminent construction of the Site C dam.
The new web platform assesses the health of half of Canada’s watersheds, and aims to cover all of them by 2017.
Canada’s federal government was opposed to LNG shipments in New Brunswick, but is not applying the same standards in BC.