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Directly Affected: a new film with everything you need to know about B.C.’s pipeline battle

Justin Trudeau faced hecklers in Nanaimo. Rachel Notley and John Horgan are flinging indignant words, threats even, back and forth between Edmonton and Victoria.  A national columnist demands...
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Opinion: Now is the time for a Canada-British Columbia Coastal Maritime Board

British Columbia coastal residents have a pressing need for greater control as to how the federal government decides on approvals for natural resource export. We have seen in recent years, the loss...

Federal "polluter pays" announcement for tanker spills on BC coast doesn't hold water

The release of a new federal report recommends improvements to Canada's tanker spill regime on the BC coast. Yet onlookers worry the recommendations aren't enough to hold industry accountable.

BC Election: BC's most valuable resources on the line

This BC election will you vote to protect the environment?

If at first you don’t succeed, buy the opposition

Gina Rinehart is an Australian mining magnate and the richest woman in the world. She doesn't think the mining industry is treated well enough in the media, so she's buying them.

British Columbia set to export mega amounts of carbon dioxide. Is that a plan?

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.
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Oil spill experts tell review panel Enbridge proposal is too risky

Oil spill experts tell National Energy Board panel that Enbridge's oil tanker and pipeline proposal is too risky.

Enbridge oil pipeline and tanker proposal would threaten 'Super, Natural' BC tourism industry, panel told

Enbridge review panel told a single oil spill could devastate B.C.'s $14 billion a year tourism industry.

Highlights from the Joint Review Panel Technical Hearings on Economics

Important moments for those following the proposed Enbridge pipeline debate closely.

Stanley Park on the front lines if there's an oil spill, Wilderness Committee warns at public forum

“No more rallies and protests,” Rueben George  of the Tsleil-Waututh Nation told the audience at the Wilderness Committee's Stanley Park Tanker Town Hall on Thursday. “This is a time...