A huge thank you to students who participated in the Old-growth forest strategic review! Check out their powerful and beautiful artwork and writing in our latest blog.
Six years ago today, Ktunaxa Nation made public their affirmation of their ʔaknumu¢tiŧiŧ with respect to the sacred lands and waters of Qat’muk.
The sun rose today, as it always does, but we woke up to a profoundly changed world. A Trump presidency casts a frightening shadow over women, First Nations, people of colour, immigrants, the LGBTQ community and those whose faith sets them apart. It casts a shadow over Canada and generations to come.
Today’s announcement of improved spill response doesn't make coastal communities any safer from the risks posed by an increase in tankers.
If you have ever moved or traveled to another place in the world, you understand what it means to be connected to place.
The federal panel released its report this week, and it raises a series of crucial questions for the federal cabinet. Simply put, these questions make approval of the Kinder Morgan pipeline impossible.
The first thing I wanted to do as Peace Valley Campaigner was visit the Peace River Valley—to see it for myself for the first time, and to meet the people who have worked the longest and hardest to stop the incredibly foolish megadam proposal.
The recent sinking of the Nathan E. Stewart tug near Bella Bella in the Great Bear Rainforest has underscored the urgency of a permanent, legislated oil tanker ban.
Sierra Club BC, Environmental Defence and Équiterre sent briefings to all MPs outlining the flaws that plagued the NEB review of Kinder Morgan.
Ministerial Panel On Kinder Morgan: Two Bad Processes Equal One Good One… Right?
Come discover what lies beneath Vancouver Island's forest floor and how you can become involved in protecting our world-class karst forests.
The Great Site C Roadshow is on tour with nine stops across BC! Please join us in your town for a gathering full of inspiration, solidarity and action for the Peace Valley.
Late last week the Nathan E Stewart ran aground in Heiltsuk First Nation traditional territorial waters releasing huge amounts of diesel oil into the water forcing an emergency closure of the Heiltsuk Nation’s seafood beds.