This week the federal government was legally obligated to establish protected habitat for threatened North Pacific humpback whales. Instead the humpback was taken off the "threatened species" list.
A new exhibit at the Museum of Vancouver aims to spark a public conversation about what kind of natural world people want to have around them in Vancouver.
Omnitrax, the company that owns the rail line to Churchill as well as the seaport, says it is pushing forward with the oil-by-rail plan in Manitoba's north, despite widespread community opposition.
The 2002 Species At Risk Act (SARA) is a commitment made by the Canadian government to prevent wildlife species from becoming extinct and it needs to spearhead conversation activities now!
A new report by the David Suzuki Foundation says that a number of populations of grizzly bears in North America are at risk of decline. Jeff Gailus is author of the report.
Last week I had the opportunity to visit Secwepemc territory in south-central B.C. I was invited the Neskonlith Band to speak with them about the Ruddock Creek project, a proposed lead and zinc mine.
Wildlife up close: paddlers aiming to raise awareness about KI Nation's campaign to protect their watershed encounter an interested polar bear.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort was granted permission to build infrastructure for their own private use in one of Vancouver Island's oldest and most extensive provincial parks.
May 11, 2011
150 John (at Richmond)Toronto , ON
Canada43° 38' 56.994" N, 79° 23' 27.3876" W
Screening of documentary film Project Grizzly.
Plans for a year-round ski resort on the Jumbo Glacier in the Purcell Mountains of B.C. have stalled following a declaration of sovereignity by the Ktunaxa First Nation.