Emma Gilchrist

The subtle art of giving a *#@% about the Canadian election

A five-step guide for young voters

Judy Thomas BC forester Anzac Valley spruce beetle

‘Hundreds of hectares of moonscape’: B.C. spruce beetle infestation used to accelerate clear cuts

The largest spruce beetle epidemic in decades is attacking B.C.’s rain-rich interior, intensifying logging in...

Walter Sakanee, an elder living in Neskantaga First Nation, has had difficulty fighting infections in his legs. He relies on his family members to collect safe drinking water for him in blue plastic jugs from a reverse osmosis machine located at the community’s water treatment plant. He is not able to access the plant on his own due to his physical disability. Photo: Samer Muscati / Human Rights Watch

This Ontario First Nation’s boil water advisory has been in effect for 25 years

Canada has promised to address the water crisis in Indigenous communities for more than four...

Ethan Rombough

Thaidene Nëné heralds a new era of parks

For decades, establishing a park in Canada meant removing Indigenous people from their traditional territories....

Mt. Cameron ridge Yukon Beaver River watershed

This 65-kilometre resource road planned for Yukon wilderness will serve mines, not communities

New roads designed to service mines can exacerbate habitat fragmentation and introduce new mineral exploration...

An aerial shot of the research enclosures containing various doses of selenium in Lake 239 at Ontario’s Experimental Lakes Area. Photo: Tyler Black / ELA

EPA finds selenium from B.C. mines contaminating fish in Montana

High concentrations of a potentially toxic element have been found in fish in the Kootenai...

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