Sierra Club BC statement in solidarity with Stand.earth

Sierra Club BC is horrified and disgusted by the outrageous bullying tactics employed by Enbridge today, and condemns the company in the strongest possible terms.

New BC government must reform forest policies, say environmentalists, businesses, and union

A coalition of BC environmentalists, unions, and business representatives is calling on the new BC government to take action to protect the province’s endangered old-growth forests and ensure a sustainable, value-added, second-growth forest industry.

Sierra Club BC argues Site C project should be terminated

Sierra Club BC, represented by lawyers from Ecojustice, has called for the termination of the Site C dam project in its submission to the British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC).

Sierra Club BC supports the ban on the trophy hunting of grizzly bears

Sierra Club BC supports the provincial government’s ban on the trophy hunting of grizzly bears and all grizzly bear hunting in the Great Bear Rainforest, where this brings provincial policy in line with Indigenous law.

Sierra Club BC applauds Province's Kinder Morgan announcement

Sierra Club BC welcomes and applauds today’s announcement. The provincial government was elected on a promise to use every tool available to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline and the threat of a seven-fold increase in bitumen tankers on our coast. Today’s announcement is a serious and considered first step to fulfilling that promise.

Sierra Club BC applauds referral of Site C to BCUC

Sierra Club BC applauds the government for following through on its commitment to refer Site C to the BC Utilities Commission. 

UNESCO calls urgently on Canada to protect Wood Buffalo National Park

The UN’s World Heritage Committee is preparing to push Canada for immediate action to better protect Wood Buffalo National Park following Friday’s release of a strong decision proposed for the 40th session of the World Heritage Committee this summer.

Final election results offer huge environmental and economic opportunity

The final election results have confirmed that British Columbia will have some form of minority government, one that will need to cooperate in the best interests of British Columbians. This presents an historic opportunity for progress on key environmental and economic challenges.

Groups send open letter to party leaders calling for immediate pause on Site C dam

In an open letter sent today to all recently elected MLAs and their party leaders, several non-government organizations and citizen groups are urging them to pause construction on the Site C dam and have the project thoroughly assessed by the British Columbia Utilities Commission.

120,000 Canadians call for immediate action to protect the environment and human rights from disastrous impacts of the Site C dam

More than 120,000 people have signed petitions, postcards and letters calling for an immediate halt to construction. Petitions were presented to BC MPs today as they prepared to return to the House of Commons after a Parliamentary break.