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Glass Sponge Reefs and the Need for Protection

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APRIL 26, 2018 - Glass Sponge Reefs and the Need for Protection, CPAWS BC Introduction Glass sponge reefs are a globally unique treasure thought to have gone extinct 40 million years ago, until living glass sponge reefs were discovered in Hecate ... Read More

The ocean floor off St. Anns Bank, which is designated as a federal marine-protected site. Canada has promised to "protect" 10 per cent of marine waters by 2020, but what that means in terms of restrictions on fishing and other commercial activity has not been established. (Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada)

Liberals, Indigenous leaders among those to set rules for marine protected areas

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The Trudeau government has named an advisory panel to navigate the stormy issue of what activities will and will not be allowed inside coastal waters and ocean designated as marine protected areas. Canada has promised to "protect" 10 per cent of ... Read More

Today on National Indigenous People's Day, how are you confronting Indigenous stereotypes and advocating for a sustainable and common future?

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1. Donate: Donate to protect wildlife and their habitat in the Great Bear Rainforest. Support Pacific Wild’s commitment in defending wildlife and their habitat by developing and implementing conservation solutions in collaboration with First Nations ... Read More

Pacific Wild on World Oceans Day 2017 presents the Great Bear Sea MPA Network

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Today is World Oceans Day! This global day of ocean celebration helps us to remember how important the oceans are for our own survival. The theme this year is “ Our Oceans, Our Future ”. Without the ocean, there is no life on this planet. In British ... Read More

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New Job Posting

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Your support and voice has ensured that the Great Bear Rainforest remains oil tanker free.

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We rarely get a definitive win when it comes to environmental protection. But today, we are celebrating a historical one for Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has officially announced that the Enbridge Northern Gateway Project is dead. The Great ... Read More

Kinder Morgan decision will have consequences for federal government and beyond

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Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson has staked his political career on turning his city into the world's greenest. For him, the idea of more oil tankers on the city's coast mixes with that vision like oil and water — not well. That is why Robertson has ... Read More

Humpback whale found dead near Klemtu, B.C., says aquaculture company

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A dead humpback whale has been found stuck in equipment at an empty fish farm on B.C.'s Central Coast. Marine Harvest Canada said in a news release that the whale was found earlier this week entangled in an anchor support line at a site in Sheep ... Read More

Justin Trudeau announces $1.5B ocean protection plan

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the government's $1.5-billion ocean protection plan in Vancouver today for responses to tanker and fuel spills in the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Trudeau said the funding over five years will include ... Read More

Justin Trudeau announces $1.5 billion ocean protection plan

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Speaking in Vancouver on Monday, he says this will make Canada a leader in pollution and protection for the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic. Trudeau announced the funding over a five year period, which will include creating a marine safety system, ... Read More

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