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 Energy and Resources
Gitxsan Nation clan closes territory to LNG, blockades Petronas pipeline

Gitxsan clan closes territory to LNG, blockades Petronas pipeline

Hereditary chiefs of the Luutkudziiwus clan of the Gitxsan Nation have closed access to their territory for LNG development, as they blockade Petronas' proposed pipeline.
Port Metro Vancouver is taking a big step backwards with coal terminal approval, say critics
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 WATER
Dams can cause heart attacks in sprinting sockeye- UBC-BCHydro study

Dams can cause heart attacks in sprinting salmon: UBC-BC Hydro study

A new study by UBC researchers, funded by BC Hydro, finds that sockeye salmon swimming through fast-moving waters, downstream from dams, can die of a heart attack.
SFU, regional district expand Peace Valley water study re oil and gas
Detroit turns taps back on after outrage over private water control
 
 Oceans
Farmed salmon escapes far more prevalent than industry admits-study

Farmed salmon escapes far more common than industry admits: study

A new study estimates that up to 1.5 million farmed Atlantic salmon escape from Norwegian netpens every year - far more than acknowledged by the industry - which could be harming wild fish.
Morton seeks answers from Grieg over farmed salmon die-off
Vancouver Aquarium can keep cetaceans, with breeding restrictions
 
 Climate Change
Melting sea ice a help and hindrance to Arctic drilling

Harper govt muzzles Arctic scientists from discussing polar ice melt

Canada's Arctic scientists have been muzzled by the Harper government from discussing record polar ice melt with the public, documents reveal.
Canadian rockers join 'Blue Dot' tour - David Suzuki's swan song
Canada's cities take lead on climate change