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.
Canadian award-winning actress Rachel McAdams is lending her support to the cause of Arctic protection through a new video from Greenpeace.
Peace River Valley was identified as one of the top ten endangered places in Canada by Heritage Canada.
Chiefs from two First Nations bring 200 pounds of contaminated bull trout from BC’s Crooked River system in a demonstration on provincial legislature against the controversial $9 billion Site C dam.
In the midst of legal cases against the Site C Dam, the Treaty 8 Tribal Association finds a prehistoric horse bone in the Peace River Valley.
Now in its second year, the maternity penning project is an emergency measure recommended for the Klinse-Za caribou herd in a recovery action plan developed by West Moberly First Nations.
Against the wishes of First Nations, the British Columbia government has opened the Sacred Headwaters to industrial development.
Canada is a wealthy country, but deplorable conditions still persist in hundreds of First Nations, Metis and Inuit communities.
Four First Nations in the Peace River Valley team in court challenge against the federal government’s decision to approve the Site C dam.
More than half the world’s nations already recognize environmental rights. It’s time for Canada to live up to its values and join this growing global movement.
Building the Site C Dam and flooding the Peace Valley would be a tragedy for First Nations, agriculture and the environment.
Modern research complements traditional First Nations legacy programs in an effort to preserve freshwater salmon in BC.
British Columbians remain opposed to the province moving to area-based tenures (or TFLs) for managing BC forests.
A recent poll shows a majority of British Columbians want Prime Minister Stephen Harper to either delay or kill the Northern Gateway pipeline.
Let’s hope for truly world-class leadership and a clear ‘no’ from Harper and Clark on Northern Gateway.
Keepers of the Athabasca want to get the word out about ongoing oil spills in Cold Lake, Alberta.
According to a recent poll, 64 per cent of BC residents oppose Enbridge’s Northern Gateway project.
Environmental groups and forestry companies are putting aside years of conflict to jointly manage BC’s cherished Great Bear Rainforest.