Species At Risk
BC Hydro's clearcut logging this past weekend at the location of the proposed Site C Dam broke promises to care for active eagles' nests and may have lacked federal permits, critics charge.
Tom Mulcair could pull off an upset and become Prime Minister, says Rafe Mair, but only if he wins over BC by opposing the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
Citizens are ready for a ban on the grizzly trophy hunt, but government - which takes money from the industry - isn't getting the message, says David Suzuki.
Ontario's proposed restrictions on the use of neonics is good for bees - which is good for us all, says David Suzuki. But the pesticide industry is fighting hard to block the changes.
A $450-million proposed class-action lawsuit has been filed against the producers of neonicotinoid pesticides on behalf of two large family-owned Ontario honey producers.
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.
The Vancouver Park Board voted unanimously to allow the aquarium to keep cetaceans in captivity at a special meeting Thursday night, with new restrictions on breeding.
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.
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.
A new report warns it's time for Canada to follow Europe's lead and ban neonic pesticides, which kill bees and other species without boosting crop yields - says David Suzuki.