- 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.
- CFAX 1070's Ian Jessop interviews Damien Gillis on the Mount Polley mine disaster and consequences of the BC Liberals' de-regulation policy on the environment and economy.
- SFU and the Peace River Regional District are conducting expanded baseline studies of water in the region, in connection to increased oil and gas activities.
- "There are too many questions unanswered, too many allegations of government and company ignoring concerns. The only way to resolve this is a full judicial inquiry where people testify under oath."
- By shirking government accountability, new Mount Polley inquiries miss the point, says Rafe Mair. "Minister Bennett ought to have instantly resigned."
- Independent biologist Alexandra Morton has documented the appearance of a mysterious blue film on the water surface of Quesnel Lake and the Quesnel River.
- Kinder Morgan has permission from the NEB to access Burnaby Mountain, says lawyer Greg McDade, but it doesn't have permission to overrule Burnaby's by-laws, which may prohibit some activities in protected areas.
- "Our elected leaders should have a vision that extends beyond the next election and the latest Dow Jones average — to our children and grandchildren," says David Suzuki
- Burnaby council is launching a constitutional challenge over pipeline builder Kinder Morgan's attempt to force its way onto Burnaby Mountain.
- Rafe Mair on the influence of big oil companies like Enbridge on Canadian magazine the Walrus.
- Is there something in the air in Likely, BC? Anecdotal reports of illness from people close to the Mount Polley tailings dam breach have biologists and local First Nations urging a study of airborne contaminants.
- Mount Polley shows the risk to salmon from 3 major BC mine proposals near Alaska - KSM, Red Chris and Tulsequah Chief. The largest, KSM, is under federal review, with 1 week remaining for public comment.
- Peter Ewart explains how Imperial Metals' lack of cash on hand, combined with the silo structure of its different properties, could leave the public footing the cleanup bill for the Mount Polley disaster.
- The Neskonlith Indian Band has issued an eviction notice to Mount Polley owner Imperial Metals over working in their territory regarding a proposed zinc-lead mine.
- Alaskan US Senator Lisa Murkowski is calling on Secretary of State John Kerry to intervene in the review of a trans-boundary mine, following the breach of a tailings pond at Mount Polley mine.
- Nanotechnology offers many positive uses - from treating tumours to cleaning up oil spills - but with unlabelled particles showing up in food, concern is growing about potential health impacts.
Kinder Morgan has permission from the NEB to access Burnaby Mountain, says lawyer Greg McDade, but it doesn't have permission to overrule Burnaby's by-laws, which may prohibit some activities in protected areas.
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.
In an open letter to the Norwegian owner of Grieg Seafood, salmon biologist Alexandra Morton seeks answers over a mysterious farmed salmon die-off.
Neil Young, Feist and Barenaked Ladies are among the Canadian rockers joining the cross-Canada Blue Dot tour - David Suzuki's swan song, pushing for environmental rights.