British Columbia

08/08/18
Author: 
CBC staff
The South Stikine River fire just east of Telegraph Creek, B.C., has grown to around 60 square kilometres in size. The B.C. Wildfire Service said it was burning 'aggressively' on Monday and jumped the Stikine River. (B.C. Wildfire Service)

Hundreds of people have been relocated from region in northwest of province
CBC News  Aug 07, 2018

More than two dozen buildings have been destroyed by a growing wildfire near a remote community in northern B.C.

On Tuesday, Chief Rick McLean from the Tahltan Nation said 27 structures have been lost in Telegraph Creek.

Several large fires have forced evacuation orders around the community over the past several days.

07/08/18
Author: 
The Canadian Press

'I'm standing here by myself saying he's not welcome here,' activist says

 
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks at a Liberal Party barbecue in Delta, B.C., on Sunday. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press)
07/08/18
Author: 
Lisa Johnson

Waters staying above 20 C for days, which causes high stress and 'pre-spawn mortality' in fish, DFO says

04/08/18
Author: 
Witness for the Peace

The hearing for the Site C injunction sought by the West Moberly First Nation continued this week with a morning rally Monday, July 30. Yvonne Tupper, a member of the Saulteau First Nation - along with the white elephant - reminded everyone that it's not too late to stop this debt bomb.

31/07/18
Author: 
Protect the Inlet

For immediate release

GRANDMOTHER TAKEN INTO CUSTODY TO SERVE 7 DAYS IN JAIL FOR OPPOSING TRANS MOUNTAIN PIPELINE

Laurie Embree of 108 Mile Ranch was arrested in June and is the first of nine to face jail time as activists vow increased resistance on Burnaby Mountain

31/07/18
Author: 
First Nations Leaders and others

No Means No Crudeau!” Rally Builds Solidarity Across West Coast

While Trudeau Vacations in Tofino

 

Tofino - Since becoming Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau has vacationed in

Tofino for the past three summers. West-coasters are disappointed and upset with

Trudeau for approving and spending billions of taxpayer dollars to buy the Trans

Mountain tar sands pipeline. The pipeline would increase oil tanker traffic on the west

31/07/18

Laurie Embree of 108 Mile Ranch was arrested in June and is the first of nine to face jail time as activists vow increased resistance on Burnaby Mountain

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