Protecting the environment, advancing reconciliation with Indigenous Nations and offering clear pathways to approvals of sustainable projects are all part of the new way major projects will be reviewed in British Columbia.
Young adults keen to work outdoors this summer and to acquire a diverse range of job skills can now apply for the BC Parks Student Ranger Program.
When Margaret Hartley signed up for a Wetlandkeepers workshop with the BC Wildlife Federation in 2012, she wasn’t fully aware of the variety of life flourishing in the wetlands near her home in New Denver.
Premier John Horgan and George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, have issued the following statements in response to today’s Supreme Court of Canada ruling regarding the Trans Mountain Expansion Project:
Updated rules for water use in mineral exploration and small-scale placer mining operations are now in place to better protect the environment and provide more guidance for the people involved.
To reduce human-wildlife conflicts, the B.C. Conservation Officer Service (COS) recently conducted provincewide bear attractant audits that resulted in 732 enforcement actions.
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