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Conor Mihell - CANOE & KAYAK -Filmmakers, Norm Hann and Frank Wolf, put it all on the line to support B.C.'s Great Bear Rainforest.


Discovery of Lethal Fish Virus in B.C. Sockeye Prompts Special Inquiry Session

MARK HUME - The Globe and Mail - A federal inquiry into the decline of sockeye salmon in British Columbia will reconvene in December, 2011 to hear evidence concerning Infectious Salmon Anemia.


B.C. Wild Salmon Advocates Worried about European Virus Strain

JUDITH LAVOIE - Victoria Times Colonist - Tests in salmon cause fears that the European strain of Infectious Salmon Anemia (ISA) could be spreading through B.C. wild salmon runs.


Salmon-Killing Virus Seen for First Time in the Wild on the Pacific Coast

CORNELIA DEAN - The New York Times - A highly contagious and lethal virus, I.S.A., has been detected for the first time in wild salmon in the Pacific Northwest,


TransCanada Ready to Pull Trigger on Keystone Project

Shawn McCarthy - The Globe and Mail - Environmental assessment, backlash from environmentalists and U.S. politicians major hurdles in construction of $7 billion Keystone XL pipeline.


Campbell/Clark Government Goes After Wolves

Campbell/ Clark Government Goes After Wolves - RAFE MAIR - The Common Sense Canadian


Hunting and Predators--does it work?

11/11/10 BY GEORGE WUERTHNER-a growing body of scientific research suggests wildlife management predicated on sport hunting increases human-predator conflicts and threatens long term ecosystem health


Alberta, Ottawa at odds over oilsands exports to China

By JASON FETEKE, Calgary Herald, 06/22/10- - - Ottawa maintains it will prohibit bitumen shipments to countries with lax climate-change policies, counterintuitive to Alberta Premier Stelmach's stance.


Ignatieff promises B.C. oil tanker ban

By SCOTT SIMPSON, Vancouver Sun, June 22, 2010- - -A federal Liberal government would ban crude oil tanker traffic in British Columbia's north coastal waters, Michael Ignatieff announced on Monday.


Running with the Wolves

Hunters chase and herd wolves with snowmobiles before killing them in northern BC.

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