- A BC court has rejected the City of Burnaby's latest bid to block Kinder Morgan crews from carrying out survey work for the Texas company's proposed oil pipeline.
- BC Hydro is substantially downplaying the scale and quality of the farmland its proposed Site C Dam would flood or disrupt, charge a renowned agrologist and a lifelong Peace Valley farmer.
- A new report suggests wild fires and industrial activity are giving Canada the dubious distinction of being the new global leader in deforestation.
- The BC government's controversial, failed elimination of environmental reviews for gas plants came under pressure from the oil and gas lobby, documents reveal.
- The Common Sense Canadian's Damien Gillis and CFAX 1070's Ian Jessop discuss the economic folly of the proposed Site C Dam and mixed messages from government on the Mount Polley disaster.
- Filmmaker Damien Gillis and First Nations resource management expert Caleb Behn will be in the Yukon from September 15 to 18, discussing the pros and cons of fracking.
- BC government faced strong opposition over planned changes to tree farm licences which would have favoured global corporations over local forestry sector, says Peter Ewart.
- Prime Minister Stephen Harper will finally sign off on the controversial FIPA trade deal today, sources say, in advance of an upcoming trip to China.
Christy Clark: Govt ready to embrace Tsilhqot’in case, Aboriginal title – Chiefs cautiously optimisticVideo of the historic meeting between the premier of BC and First Nations leaders - featuring Christy Clark, Tsilhqot'in Chief Roger William and Grand Chiefs Ed John and Stewart Phillip.
- The BC government's dramatic about-face with, signing a historic agreement with Tsilhqot'in First Nation leaders shows how much BC has changed, says Rafe Mair...Now corporations must catch up.
- Site C Dam would flood or disrupt 30,000 acres of high quality farmland - enough, say expert agrologists, to feed a million people.
- The District of Hudson's Hope, in northeast BC, is warning residents not to use water from Lynx and Brenot Creeks, as heavy metals have been detected.
- West Vancouver Councillor Mary-Anne Booth stands by her vote to ban LNG tankers in Howe Sound, not persuaded by the economic promises of Woodfibre LNG.
- State regulators suspend operations at two deep-injection wells for fracking wastewater in Ohio after learning the operation may have caused an earthquake.
- From day one of the Mount Polley disaster, news from Imperial Metals and the BC government has been rife with misinformation - from the volume of spilled tailings to the safety of drinking water.
“Fundamentally uneconomic” Site C Dam would lose $350 million a year for taxpayers: Industrial energy expertThe proposed Site C Dam would lose $350 million a year for taxpayers, estimates longtime industrial energy expert Dan Potts - calling the $8 Billion project "fundamentally uneconomic".
A BC court has rejected the City of Burnaby's latest bid to block Kinder Morgan crews from carrying out survey work for the Texas company's proposed oil pipeline.
BC Hydro is substantially downplaying the scale and quality of the farmland its proposed Site C Dam would flood or disrupt, charge a renowned agrologist and a lifelong Peace Valley farmer.
Proposed changes to aquaculture regulations would enable the dumping of debris by fish farms, such as unused feed, feces, chemicals and anti-fouling agents.
Canada's Arctic scientists have been muzzled by the Harper government from discussing record polar ice melt with the public, documents reveal.