The anger is palpable as the Deepwater Horizon oil geyser, almost a mile underwater, continues unabated, rolling onto the coast, impacting the ecology, the economy and entire ways of life.
An unlikely alliance of Canada's forest industry CEOs and nine of the country's most impressive wilderness NGOs has just signed an agreement covering a 70-million hectare swath of ancient forests.
We need to be clear that if we let a species go, it's because we're choosing other values over its survival.
In response to the need for action to protect and restore caribou habitat to reverse the creatures' decline, the Forest Products Association of Canada has done its part to stall the necessary changes.
Farmers and First Nations fought this project alone for years. People in Vancouver are waking up to the threat posed by a third dam on the Peace River. We hear from three speakers opposed to Site C.
Our amicable divorce from nature has led us to lose touch with its danger and power to disrupt by re-entering our space.
In January, the Vancouver parks department cleared a large area of blackberry in Strathcona Community Garden. The plan is to restore the site to a natural habitat for indigenous wildlife.
Peregrine falcons have returned to Ontario, rebounding dramatically from their complete extirpation in the 1960s. But why are they doing so well? It's a case of country bird and city bird.
Opposition is mounting as TransCanada is on the verge of drilling boreholes on the floor of the Bay of Fundy for its proposed Energy East export terminal in Saint John.
A decade into North America's fracking boom, the impact on wildlife and the environment remains largely unknown, according to a new study.