Canoers and kayakers participated in an Indigenous-led ceremony on Burrard Inlet in an effort to protect the water surrounding Trans Mountain's Westridge Marine Terminal in Burnaby, B.C.
The Canada National Energy Board will take into account the impact of upstream and downstream emissions from potential increased consumption of oil at hearings into the Energy East Pipeline.
While the province of British Columbia has decided not to press charges agains the Mount Polley mine company, Bev Sellers, a First Nations woman from British Columbia, has filed charges privately against the company for the destruction caused when a tailings pond dam breached its prot
Dene elder, Francois Paulette, is concerned about the downstream impact the Site C dam will have on his home in Fort Fitzgerald in Treaty 8 territory. According to Paulette, the Site C dam threatens his livelihood, which is on the water.
Environmental organizations, labour groups, and technology companies are asking Alberta to lead the way in reducing methane emissions.
Canada's Supreme Court has dimissed a request for an appeal from the Prophet River First Nation and West Moberly First Nation in British Columbia over their desire to halt construction on the controversial Site C dam.
BC NDP leader John Horgan is urging BC Hydro CEO Jessica McDonald to halt work at Site C while a review is conducted. Horgan has expressed concern that irreparable harm could be done to the land and families could lose their homes if the project continues.
The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) recently hired new CEO Derek Nighbor, who is focused on working with Indigenous communities and youth to promote the forestry industry. The Candadian forestry industry is admired around the world for its environmental reputation.
The Stk'emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation (SSN) rejected the Ajax mining project proposed by a subsidiary of KGHM Polska Miedź after completing a comprehensive review.
Liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports from the west coast of Canada have been heralded as economic salvation for the province of British Columbia.