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BC Government: Wild salmon protection driving newly appointed Wild Salmon Advisory Council

June 15, 2018 The backgrounder was updated on June 15, 2018 VICTORIA – With pressures mounting on wild salmon stocks, the British Columbia government is bringing together experts from around the province to develop a strategy for restoring and sustaining B.C.’s salmon populations, announced Premier John Horgan. The Wild Salmon Advisory Council will provide key […]

by ahnationtalk on June 15, 20186 Views

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Study reveals underwater noise is reduced when ships slow down, offering new science that could protect at-risk whales

June 13, 2018 Results released today by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority-led Enhancing Cetacean Habitat and Observation (ECHO) Program’s Vessel Slowdown Trial show that when vessels slow down, underwater noise that may interfere with the ability of whales to feed is reduced. The ECHO Program initiated the first-of-its-kind voluntary Vessel Slowdown Trial through Haro Strait […]

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 20185 Views

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BC Gov News – Province and Red Cross team up to help people affected by disasters

As flood waters recede throughout the province, and with another wildfire season on the horizon, the Province of British Columbia and the Canadian Red Cross have announced a new initiative designed to help people and families affected by disaster better transition into long-term recovery. “Catastrophic events like floods and fires are happening more frequently, often […]

by ahnationtalk on June 14, 20187 Views

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Government of Canada makes a significant coastal restoration fund investment in Fraser River Estuary in British Columbia through the Oceans Protection Plan

From: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Sea Island, British Columbia – The protection and restoration of the environment is a top priority of the Government of Canada, which is providing resources through the Oceans Protection Plan that will make our oceans and coasts safer, cleaner and healthier for the benefit of all Canadians and future generations. […]

by ahnationtalk on June 8, 201817 Views

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Parks Canada’s conservation and restoration projects protect nature and biodiversity

Report highlights Parks Canada’s efforts to maintain and restore ecological integrity June 8, 2018               Gatineau, Quebec           Parks Canada Agency Parks Canada’s Conservation and Restoration (CoRe) program plays an important role in supporting healthy ecosystems, protecting wildlife, and tackling climate change, and contributing to the recovery of species at risk. Science and Indigenous knowledge are the […]

by pmnationtalk on June 8, 201813 Views

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Anti-pipeline activists rally at 100s of MP offices in ‘day of action’ – APTN News

June 4, 2018 Anti-pipeline activists are planning to flood the offices of 100 MPs across Canada on Monday, calling on the federal government to rescind its “outrageous plan” to buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain project. “We can’t let our tax dollars go to a project that violates Indigenous rights and would threaten our shared climate,” […]

by ahnationtalk on June 4, 20189 Views

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BC Government: Cause of kokanee deaths uncertain

May 31, 2018 PENTICTON – More than 1,000 kokanee have washed up on the northern half of Okanagan Lake shores since May 25, 2018. Samples from the current die-off have been sent to the Provincial Animal Health Centre, where they are being tested for disease. Results are expected within the next two weeks, and more […]

by ahnationtalk on May 31, 201813 Views

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UBCIC: With pipeline bailout, Canada sells out Indigenous rights and the environment

(Coast Salish Territory/Vancouver, B.C. – May 29, 2018) Indigenous leaders are standing firm in their opposition to the Trans Mountain pipeline and tanker project after federal finance minister Bill Morneau announced this morning that Canada has reached an agreement in principle with Kinder Morgan to purchase the troubled project for $4.5 billion. Grand Chief Stewart […]

by ahnationtalk on May 30, 201815 Views

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Federal government’s purchase of Kinder Morgan pipeline a major misstep for Canada – David Suzuki Foundation

Project puts Canada’s climate and biodiversity goals, long-term economic prosperity and Indigenous reconciliation efforts at risk VANCOUVER — The federal government’s decision today to purchase Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline project for $4.5 billion ignores major risks to the long-term well-being of everyone in Canada. The government announced plans to purchase the existing pipeline infrastructure […]

by ahnationtalk on May 30, 20189 Views

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Betrayed’ Canadians could launch unprecedented protests over pipeline: activist – CP

Source: The Canadian Press May 30, 2018  By Camille Bains THE CANADIAN PRESS VANCOUVER _ Outrage over the federal government’s announcement about buying the Trans Mountain pipeline to ensure it gets built could fuel unprecedented protests, says a prominent environmentalist who was at the forefront of British Columbia’s so-called War in the Woods in the 1990s. Tzeporah […]

by ahnationtalk on May 30, 201812 Views

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