Jim Robbins
Wind turbines on the Whitelee wind farm in Scotland. Photo by Ian Dick / Flickr (CC BY 2.0)
First Nations leaders
Map of territory

Sept. 26, 2022

Dear allies of Gidim’ten checkpoint,

As you will know, we have reached another flashpoint in the Wet’suwet’en’s struggle against the CGL pipeline. Having fought to protect the sacred headwaters of Wedzwin kwa, they are now faced with the possibility of imminent drilling. Today, the hereditary chiefs are holding a press conference and issuing an eviction notice. They are issuing a call to action, which we are relaying to you.

Donald Gutstein
David Eby will get a second chance to fix BC’s broken lobbying registry requirements if he becomes leader. Photo via BC government.

Sept. 20, 2022

As the likely new premier, David Eby will have a golden opportunity to curb the influence of insiders. Here’s why he probably won’t.

When David Eby takes over as the leader of the BC NDP and becomes premier later this year, as he almost certainly will, one item he likely won’t be revisiting is lobbyist registration.

He should.

Dan Darrah & Dru Jay
Deavid Eby and Anjali Appadurai

Sept. 23, 2022

MLAs and lobbyists with fossil fuel ties at forefront of apparent attempt to undermine Appadurai’s insurgent campaign

As Anjali Appadurai’s campaign for leader of the B.C. New Democrats has surged, observers inside and close to the party are warning she is being subjected to smear tactics aimed at disqualifying her candidacy.

Kylie Mohr
Snow blankets the burn scar from 2020’s East Troublesome Fire in the high country near Grand Lake, Colo. Photo courtesy of Nick Hanson
John Woodside
Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chief Namoks marches with delegates and supporters while in Toronto for RBC's annual general meeting on Thursday, April 7, 2022. Photo by Christopher Katsarov / Canada's National Observer

Sept. 22, 2022

As Coastal GasLink prepares to drill under the Wedzin Kwa (Morice River), Wet’suwet’en hereditary leadership and their allies are saying the fight is reaching a flashpoint — and supporters across the country are on notice.

Dorothy Woodend
For his new book Regenesis, George Monbiot did enough research to complete a graduate degree in soil science. He shares his discoveries in language and information both rigorous and beautiful. Photo by Guy Reece.

Sept. 12, 2022

George Monbiot thought he’d seen it all. Then he took a closer look at dirt and worms.

It’s sometimes easy to forget that in addition to being a globally recognized and respected authority on environmental issues, George Monbiot is also an exceptional prose writer.

Chad Pawson

Sept. 11, 2022

Groups have documented the logging of old growth trees in at-risk areas proposed for deferral

Two years into a three-year process to defer the logging of some of B.C.'s grandest trees in its most ecologically diverse wilderness so that forestry stewardship could undergo a vast transformation, First Nations and conservationists are decrying a lack of progress and transparency.


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