- Stephen Harper is oh-so private with the media but he's handed away your constitutional right to privacy - an important consideration in this Canadian election, says Kevin Grandia.
- From gross fiscal mismanagement to betting everything on the Alberta tar sands, Doug Carrick digs into the Harper Conservatives' economic disaster.
- The battle over a controversial LNG terminal in the Skeena River Estuary is heating up, as local Lax Kw'alaams First Nation members occupy Lelu Island to block early work by Petronas contractors.
- Fracking-related earthquakes are growing in strength and number in northeast BC, as the biggest seismic event yet, a 4.6 quake north of Fort St. John, demonstrates.
- Rafe Mair's "State of the Union" on Canadian politics - from Harper's criminalizing of environmental defenders to Mulcair and Trudeau's weak energy stances and Christy Clark's LNG pipe dreams.
- Another 35 intervenors have abandoned ship on the NEB's highly-criticized review of Kinder Morgan's proposed pipeline expansion.
Stephen Harper is oh-so private with the media but he's handed away your constitutional right to privacy - an important consideration in this Canadian election, says Kevin Grandia.
Treaty 8 First Nations are seeking an injunction as BC Hydro rushes to cut down a number of Bald Eagles' nests along the Peace River starting next month.
On the eve of BC Day, the Liberal government quietly issued four new open net pen salmon farm tenures to Norwegian companies, riling upstream First Nations and citizens opposing the industry's expansion.
BC's annual firefighting budget is already spent. Washington, Oregon and Alaska are breaking records for forest fires. Is this climate change we're witnessing at work? Roy Hales investigates.