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    First Nation tells DFO it's closing commercial herring fishery

    First Nation tells DFO it’s closing commercial herring fishery

    The Heiltsuk First Nation has told DFO that it will close a planned commercial herring fishery on the central coat this year.


    Apache bails on Kitimat LNG as investors get cold feet

    Apache bails on Kitimat LNG as investors get cold feet

    U.S. energy firm Apache Corp. says it's exiting the Kitimat LNG project, which it had been developing with Chevron Corp.



    First Nation slams coverup of mercury poisoning report

    First Nation slams coverup of mercury poisoning report

    A northern Ontario First Nation says an unreleased report shows the federal and provincial governments failed to properly address widespread mercury poisoning among its members.


    Inuit, Greenpeace team up to battle Arctic seismic testing

    Inuit, Greenpeace team up to battle Arctic seismic testing

    Greenpeace and the Inuit have joined forces to protest Arctic seismic testing in Baffin Bay and the Davis Strait, over concerns about impacts on marine life.



    Healthy Newfoundland bees may help solve mystery of global collapse

    Healthy Newfoundland bees may help solve mystery of global collapse

    Newfoundland's healthy honeybees are an increasing draw for researchers in the race to understand why colonies across much of the globe are dying off.


    Two legal challenges filed against Northern Gateway

    Two legal challenges filed against Northern Gateway

    Legal challenges were filed Friday against the federal cabinet's approval of the Northern Gateway pipeline by the Gitxaala First Nation and Ecojustice.



    BC govt, City of Vancouver-Kinder Morgan dodging pipeline questions

    BC govt, City of Vancouver: Kinder Morgan dodging pipeline questions

    Kinder Morgan has failed to answer many questions about its proposed Trans Mountain pipeline, charge a chorus of critics that includes the BC governmentt and city of Vancouver.


    Rail expert-One year after Lac-Mégantic, not much has changed

    Rail expert: One year after Lac-Megantic, not much has changed

    An expert who examined the devastating train derailment in Lac-Megantic says no plans and equipment are in place to deal with a similar situation, while questions remain with volatile shale oil.



    Orcas face triple threat - Vessel noise, pollution, lack of food

    Orcas face triple threat: Vessel noise, pollution, lack of food

    Triple threats of pollution, vessel noise and lack of food are making it hard for southern orcas to grow beyond an estimated population of 80, says a decade-long US study.


    Fracked wells leak 6 times more methane-New Cornell study

    Fracked wells emit 6 times more methane leaks: New Cornell study

    In Pennsylvania's shale gas boom, fracked wells leak far more than older and traditional ones, says a new Cornell study of 41,000 state inspection reports.