Baby whale was about 10 days old when it was first seen swimming in the Haro Strait.
A whale born in captivity should live in an ocean pen and not be trained to perform tricks, says Lori Marino.
Ninety percent of BC. opposes it. The government permits it. Caught in the deadly trap between public opinion and policy are BC's bears.
The passage of Bill 4 opens B.C.'s parks to industrial activity including the construction of pipelines and resource extraction.
Forest advocates from all over the coast press the B.C. government for a conservation fund, urging private owner Island Timberlands to delay logging until they can purchase priority lands.
Proposed slaughter of grey seal draws fire from top scientists and conservation group.
Canadian forest industry and environmental groups sign world's largest conservation agreement applying to area twice the size of Germany.
Some good. Some not so good. Reviews of VIFF by Volkmar Richter.