“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...
Are the tar sands taking a long walk off a short pier?
With time, even the Canadian government will see a price on carbon as more benign than paying the cost of climate change catastrophes.
First Nations leaders led the protests of 4,500 people in Victoria on Monday.
Two years after a ruptured Enbridge pipeline spilled Canadian bitumen into the Kalamazoo River, the EPA finds Enbridge's cleanup is inadequate.
Important moments for those following the proposed Enbridge pipeline debate closely.
Burnaby-Douglas MP Kennedy Stewart is keeping a close eye on Kinder Morgan’s plans. The Trans Mountain pipeline goes right through his riding. He’s brought the issue up in the House of Commons and...
While public and media scrutiny centers on oil spills and pipeline leaks, environmentalists are trying to broaden the picture to include the impact of using heavy oil on Vancouver's carbon footprint.
A huge crowd gathered for the photo shoot for an ad urging Premier Clark to protect the BC coast.
An anonymous oil sands employee shares a vision for a clean energy future, suggesting workers in the industry do their jobs because don't have a choice. Not everyone agrees.