It’s up to all of us, settlers especially, to educate ourselves and speak out on Canada’s long (and ongoing) history of systematic oppression of Indigenous peoples. Sierra Club BC is asking our friends and supporters to engage with several resources.
Two years after release of the Old-Growth Strategic Review panel report, environmental groups give B.C. government failing grades on its progress to protect threatened old-growth forests.
Grab a pencil and come and draw coastal wolves with artist Julius Csotonyi! This creative online art lesson is perfect for all ages!
In honour of Indigenous People’s Day the SCBC Education team has created a four-page resource that invites you to engage with this day.
Join us as we tackle government and industry spin to shed a light on the current state of old-growth forests in B.C.
New research has identified ancient orchards and forest gardens on Nootka Island, demonstrating active Indigenous cultivation on the land.
Today is the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two Spirit people (MMIWG2S). Our hearts are with all the families who have not yet seen justice for their lost loved ones.
Sierra Club BC offers the following statement following the B.C. government's response to SCBC's legal challenge over its climate plan.
In this session, we'll be learning to draw the small but mighty hummingbird with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!
The federal environment minister’s Protection Statement weakens the vital habitat protection provision under the Species at Risk Act.
Environmental groups, First Nations and tourism sector call for legal protection of bear dens across B.C. as old-growth den habitats continue to be destroyed.
Join our 5-session arts-based workshop to re-imagine our connection with nature! Applications close at midnight on May 1.