We’re Going To Have Fairy Creeks Happen All The Time

As tensions escalate and arrest tallies grow at logging blockades on Vancouver Island, The Narwhal spoke with one of the foresters tapped to help the province navigate its old-growth woes

The Battle For Old-Growth Forests In British Columbia

By Ethan Cox, Jerome Turner, Kyle Darling, and Michael Simkin, Ricochet. -

Over the last two weeks around 120 people have been arrested and charged, most with violating an injunction obtained by a logging company. But with more people streaming in by the day and the [...]

‘A Good Day To Protect The Things You Love’: Anti-Pipeline Climbers Block Trans Mountain Oil Tanker

By Jessica Corbett, Commondreams.org -

As green groups and Indigenous leaders continue to raise alarm about the ecological and economic threats of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project—which Canadian Prime Minister Justin [...]

First Nations Occupy Fish Farms In British Columbia To Force Action

By Brandon Jordan, wagingnonviolence.org -

By Brandon Jordan for Waging Nonviolence - The sign outside the protest encampment on Midsummer Island in British Columbia, Canada, is a blunt summation of what its inhabitants — indigenous [...]

Protesters Of BC Hydro Dam Promise To Stay

By Staff, www.theglobeandmail.com -

By Staff of The Globe and Mail - Members of a small but defiant group are pledging to keep protesting the Site C hydroelectric project in northeastern British Columbia, despite being ordered off [...]

RCMP Planning Mass Arrest Of Indigenous Activists Under Bill C-51

By ThinkPol, www.thinkpol.ca -

By ThinkPol - The RCMP are preparing to carry out a mass arrest operation against the indigenous Unist’ot’en Clan of the Wet’suwet’en Nation in northwestern BC under Harper government’s Bill C-51 [...]