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Fossil fuel divestment fever hits UBC and Canadian campuses

Thirty Canadian universities now have growing divestment campaigns, including the University of Toronto, Simon Fraser University, the University of Victoria and McGill.
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Squamish council votes down LNG pipeline drill tests

“I’ve been pretty clear that I don’t think this [LNG project] is in the best interests of the community,” said Squamish Mayor Patricia Heintzman.

Filipino typhoon victims still suffer a year later: ask Canadians to help reduce climate change

In the wake of Pope Francis' visit to the Philippines last week, we take a hard look at the Filipinos who still struggle with the aftermath of super typhoon Haiyan.

Nathan Cullen says Northern Gateway about more than pipeline, but about democracy

“It’s more than just about a pipeline. It’s about our voice and our right to speak,” said Cullen.

Wilderness Committee to appear in court to answer Taseko's defamation charge

“Lawsuits like these eat away at the very foundations of democracy and free speech, which form the basis of our society," says Wilderness Committee's Joe Foy.

Government Helps Make BC Fishing Industry Safer, according to Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Federally Financed Program Helps Reduce Fishing Industry Injuries and Deaths, according to a Fisheries and Oceans Canada press release

First Nations Leadership Council congratulates Pauquachin, Tsartlip, Tsawout and Tseycum regarding the purchase of Grace Islet

"The BC Heritage Conservation Act is woefully inadequate in protecting our ancestors’ remains," says Grand Chief Stewart Phillip.

Kinder Morgan not required to provide full oil spill response documents: NEB

“I remain deeply concerned that the process itself is fundamentally flawed,” says MLA Andrew Weaver.

NASA confirms 2014 hottest on record

"It’s amazing how we continue to see more and more 'hottest years'," says Sierra Club of Canada's John Bennett