Supporters of controversial sunken B.C. ship bouyed by fishy visitors

Sea floor adapting well to sunken ship despite fears of toxic chemicals.
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Federal agency says walrus rafts are not needed for now to replace sea ice off Alaska coast

Rafts for walrus not needed yet even as climate change melts sea ice.

New hydrophones monitor ship noise in Salish Sea in bid to help B.C. whales

Underwater noise identified as a threat to orcas living in the waters between Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland.

Drone captures photos of new endangered baby orca swimming alongside mother

Scientists captured photographs of orcas using a remote-controlled 'hexacopter' hovering 100 feet above ocean.

Tsawwassen First Nation set to embrace bike-friendly future

$440,000 in provincial BikeBC funding for new trails will help TFN residents switch cars for pedal power, following in the footsteps of Vancouver in building an eco-friendly transit network.

Unist'ot'en Camp on "high alert" under rumours of police raid

The Unist'ot'en Camp believes there is reason to fear an imminent "mass arrest operation" from local RCMP.

4.6-magnitude quake linked to B.C. fracking operation owned by Petronas

Fracking has caused nearly 200 seismic events in an area stretching from the B.C.-Alberta boundary near Dawson Creek to the B.C. Rocky Mountain foothills, according to a report.

Could Vancouver be home to the first sea sanctuary for cetaceans?

“Killer whales and belugas and dolphins are in captivity because the public allows it." — Whale Lab researcher Dave Duffus.

SITE C DAM: Two First Nations will suffer if old-growth forest are cleared — lawyer

Treaty 8 wants stop-work order for the clearing of the equivalent of 4,500 truckloads of timber along the south bank of the Peace River.

Trans Mountain faces 145 energy board conditions for pipeline expansion

Rueben George of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation said more consultation does nothing to mitigate the risks to his people or their land along the Burrard Inlet in North Vancouver.