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Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs Grand Chief Stewart Phillip at a 2014 Vancouver media briefing about several new Enbridge lawsuits filed by B.C. First Nations. File photo by Mychaylo Prystupa

Enbridge court argument claiming Aboriginal support called 'delusional'

Related NewsJul 20, 2015

First Nations leaders across the province are reacting with anger and disbelief today after learning Enbridge has claimed in court that most impacted Aboriginal groups support its Northern Gateway pipelines and tankers proposal. In documents ... Read More

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Premiers set to fast-track oil pipelines while cutting regulatory red tape

Related NewsJul 13, 2015

Canada’s premiers are poised to sign an agreement to fast-track new oil sands pipelines while watering down commitments to fight climate change. The Canadian Energy Strategy will be finalized and unveiled at a premiers’ conference in St. John’s ... Read More

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B.C. conservation officers criticized for ‘cavalier’ killing of predators

Related NewsJul 13, 2015

VANCOUVER -- Conservation officers kill almost 60 cougars for every one relocated in B.C., Ministry of Environment statistics reveal. Officers destroyed 352 cougars during the last four years — about one every four days — compared with just six ... Read More

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Gitga'at First Nation launches legal challenge to Pacific Northwest LNG

Related NewsJul 7, 2015

The Gitga'at First Nation has launched a legal challenge against Pacific Northwest LNG. The First Nation is seeking a judicial review of the B.C. government's handling of consultation for the liquefied natural gas project on Lelu Island, near Prince ... Read More

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Heat wave adds to salmon's migratory obstacles

Related NewsJul 5, 2015

The Early Stuarts, first of this season’s sockeye, are now ghosting in from the North Pacific, homing on the freshwater plume of the Fraser River. It spills in a vast, silty lens across the Salish Sea, one of the last mysterious signals guiding them ... Read More

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Heiltsuk and Haida nations finalize peace treaty

Related NewsJun 30, 2015

The Heiltsuk and Haida nations will finalize a historic peace treaty at a potlatch in Bella Bella today. Both nations have worked closely together over the last number of years opposing the Northern Gateway pipeline and, most recently, to oppose ... Read More

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Coastal grizzly hunt territories eyed for purchase by First Nations, enviros

Related NewsJun 26, 2015

Two massive guide outfitting bear-hunt territories —one in the north and one in the south —appear to have willing sellers for the first time in years, leading to the tantalizing possibility for conservationists who envision buying the areas up to ... Read More

Coastal grizzly hunt territories eyed for purchase by First Nations, enviros

Related NewsJun 26, 2015

Two massive guide outfitting bear-hunt territories —one in the north and one in the south —appear to have willing sellers for the first time in years, leading to the tantalizing possibility for conservationists who envision buying the areas up to ... Read More

Saving the Great Bear Rainforest with Good Marketing

Related NewsJun 14, 2015

Sitting in an Italian restaurant in San Francisco in 1997, a gathering of environmental activists wrestled with a marketing challenge. They were mapping out an ambitious plan to prevent logging of old growth forests along the edge of British ... Read More

Ingmar's worry

Related NewsJun 7, 2015

Ingmar Lee has a mission born of serious worry. The long-time environmental activist has been trying to raise awareness about the “articulated tug barges” that transport various fossil fuels through the Inside Passage to Alaska. From his home on ... Read More

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