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.
The environmental assessment process for a proposed Deep Geologic Repository for nuclear waste has been halted until the Saugeen Ojibway Nation has made an informed decision on whether or not to support the project.
First Nations, scientists and environmental groups are applauding the BC Government for keeping its promise to end the trophy bear hunt.
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A 10-year research study suggests local displacement by human impacts may have more consequences than previously thought for humpback whales.
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.
New report offers the first independent assessment of BC’s Climate Leadership Plan after the federal government’s recently announced carbon price schedule.
Manitoba government needs to live up to its legal responsibility to protect woodland caribou, say conservation groups.
First Nations and conservation groups vow to continue to fight the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion project.
In the wake of the tragic diesel spill in Heiltsuk Territory, Coastal First Nations finally get a ban on crude oil transport along BC’s North Coast.
Environmental Commissioner of Ontario praises the new climate law, but warns of tough road ahead.
The sacred Blackfeet region of Badger-Two Medicine, part of the transboundary Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, moves closer to protection.
A month after sinking, the Nathan E. Stewart tugboat was finally raised from the seafloor. But its only the beginning for the Heiltsuk community.
New poll highlights the importance of Alberta’s mountain headwater regions for all communities downstream.
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.