A collection of stories that offers a comprehensive look at where Canada currently stands, what could be done to address the issue and what the consequences might be if this country continues with half measures. Source: The climate crisis: These are Canada’s worst-case scenarios – Macleans.ca Advertisements
New online video project underlines the remarkable resurgence of the ocean-going canoe.
Eight First Nations along the Skeena River watershed are standing together to close the freshwater and marine recreational fisheries.
Canada announces new initiatives to enhance safety systems in coastal waters and measures to reduce the underwater noise impacting Southern Resident Killer Whales.
The Haida Nation and Nature Conservancy of Canada partner to protect culturally and ecologically significant lands on the Kumdis Estuary.
After Canada’s Federal Government commits biodiversity conservation, it’s time for Ontario and other provinces and territories to follow suit.
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On February 14, 2018 (1-2 pm ET), Sustainability Network & EcoAnalytics will host a webinar about new climate action policies and how Canadians’ attitudes and beliefs change about climate. The webinar, presented by the Université de Montréal’s Dr. Erick Lachapelle and James Boothroyd of EcoAnalytics, evaluates these federal policies and the most powerful narrative frames to…
Toronto – The famous Bruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath, snakes its way all the way from Niagara’s wine country to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula, at Tobermory. Stretching almost 900 kilometres, with roughly 400 kilometres of side trails, the trail offers magnificent hikes along forested cliffs and valleys of the Niagara Escarpment, a…
Bluefin won the Wildlife Award at San Francisco’s International Ocean Film Festival.
Canada’s Great Water Adventure storybook features real Canadian waterways, and inspires youth through water education and volunteerism.
The Heiltsuk Nation is proposing plan to take a strong leadership role in oil spill prevention and response along BC’s Central Coast.
A full year after the Nathan E. Stewart tugboat spill near Bella Bella, BC, the Heiltsuk Nation is still dealing with the effects, and is now preparing a legal case against both the polluter, Kirby Corporation, and Canadian governments.
Canada’s Federal Government and Coastal First Nations have agreed on a framework for working together in a collaborative and efficient way to govern and manage fisheries resources along BC’s North and Central Coast.
National and international stakeholders call for immediate interim action to protect threatened boreal caribou.
Canada’s plan to implement the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples will require substantial changes in how we make decisions affecting water.
World-leading Canadian environmental DNA technology will be used to fill freshwater data gaps.
First Nations along BC’s North and Central Coast are reiterating their position against the Province’s bear trophy hunt as the grizzly hunting season opens for fall 2017.