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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
Could Vancouver be home to the first sea sanctuary for cetaceans?
SITE C DAM: Two First Nations will suffer if old-growth forest are cleared — lawyer
Green Party rolls out plans to fight 'risky pipelines and tanker schemes'
Aug 18th, 2015
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.
The Canadian Press
Aug 13th, 2015
KINDER MORGAN HEARING: 35 drop out from speaking up at 'rigged' pipeline review
The Canadian Press
Aug 12th, 2015
Most British Columbians oppose the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline
Less than half reject the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain expansion, according to a new Insights West poll.
Aug 7th, 2015
'Blob' may be to blame: Massive toxic algae blooms forcing seafood bans
Marine detectives already have a suspect: a large patch of water running as much as 3C degrees warmer than normal in the northeast Pacific Ocean, nicknamed "the blob."
The Associated Press
Aug 5th, 2015
Game on! Harper calls election amid crumbling economy
Harper calls historic election as Canadian economy sinks.
Aug 2nd, 2015
Supreme Court to rule on Charter right to raise climate change in NEB hearings
The proposed $5.4-billion Trans Mountain expansion would twin the pipeline and triple the capacity for Alberta oil intended for Asian markets.
Jul 31st, 2015
Activists hang off Portland bridge to protest Arctic drilling [Update]
"The inspiring action underway to block Shell from drilling in the Arctic gives me hope and strength as an activist and Indigenous person,” said Vancouver's Audrey Siegl.
Jul 29th, 2015
Everything you need to know about the net-zero housing revolution
Six questions for a B.C. net-zero home builder and environmental consultant.
Jul 24th, 2015
Peace Valley leaders arrive in Vancouver to fight Site C dam project
The project will flood the last pristine stretch of the Peace Valley and a way of life, say leaders.
Jul 23rd, 2015