Enbridge would need to set up a voluntary spill and tanker safety plan, submit extensive documentation on First Nations employment, and have almost $1-billion in liability coverage in order to build...
On BC's current trajectory, its climate legacy to the world will not be as a leader in a new, low-carbon society, but as one of the most entrenched exporters of globally destructive fossil-fuels.
The Yinka Dene Alliance and indigenous leaders from across Canada and the US will spend the rest of the week working to build partnerships both within the government and without
“Super Natural” British Columbia is a magical place. Ten thousand years ago, people, plants and animals filled in behind retreating glaciers to create a generous land. The ocean lavishly fertilized...
"As soon as I see name-calling or denigration, I ask, ‘What are they trying to hide?’”
Environmental lawyer says modern treaty is statement of First Nations sovereignty, enforces ancient laws still in effect.
Corporate Knights recognize companies currently under fire for polluting North American ecosystems
To avoid repeating the statements of those who came before them, many speakers cut to the chase: No pipelines.
Speakers one Day 1 of the Joint Review Panel hearings in Vancouver discuss climate change and keeping the public out
Speakers on Day 6 of the Joint Review Panel hearings anticipate a bleak future should Northern Gateway be approved.