Members of the Clayoquot Sound Conservation Alliance (CSCA) are congratulating the Ahousaht and Tla-o-qui-aht First Nations for securing a key federal commitment to advance their land-use visions in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, which will conserve the remaining ecologically-rare old growth forests in this iconic region.
Clayoquot Sound is a spectacular labyrinth of rainforest, ocean, fjords, inlets and the territory of the aaḥuusʔatḥ (Ahousaht), hišqʷiʔatḥ (Hesquiaht) and ƛaʔuukʷiʔatḥ (Tla-o-qui-aht).
The Peace River is the foundation of a major watershed in northeastern BC. It lies within the territories of Treaty 8 First Nations. The 39 Nations who are signatories to Treaty 8 are part of the Sicannie (Sikanni), Slavey, Beaver (Dunne-za), Cree, Saulteau, Dene and Mechif linguistic groups.
Take a much needed break at Tofino Wilderness Resort. Nestled in Quait Bay on Nuu-chah-nulth territory, you’ll find yourself surrounded by the rugged coastal beauty of Clayoquot Sound.
This generously donated Nimmo Bay Resort “Nature and Nuture Retreat” package will be auctioned off at our Vancouver 50th Anniversary Gala Featuring Mother Mother
This generously donated Tweedsmuir Park Lodge “Bella Coola Explorer” package will be auctioned off at our Vancouver 50th Anniversary Gala Featuring Mother Mother.
On International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, we at Sierra Club BC recognize the ongoing jurisdiction of Indigenous peoples over their territories around the world and in particular here in this place now known as British Columbia.
Ecojustice and Sierra Club BC are in court this week to challenge the British Columbia government’s decision to exempt two Petronas Canada dams from environmental assessments — after the company had already gone ahead and built the dams unlawfully.
July 27-28, 2019 Kaxi:ks (Big River) - Central Walbran Valley Pacheedaht…
Episode 9: In this episode, we explore the Green New Deal movement for a just transition and what it could mean for you.
Haida Gwaii is a place of spectacular thousand year old trees, wild salmon, whales, ancient villages, coastal rainforests and oceanscapes, and the home of the Haida people since time immemorial.
A new report prepared by the University of Victoria’s Environmental Law Centre (ELC) for Sierra Club BC calls for thirty per cent base level protection of old-growth ecosystems and intact forests across the province as part of the provincial government’s amendments to provincial forestry regulations.
In Episode 8, we explore what transportation could look like in the future.