It’s the time of year when bears emerge from their dens and search for food, often bringing them into the nearest community.
The 2020 summer camping season has arrived, giving people in B.C. more opportunities to get outside and connect with nature as most provincial campgrounds and recreation sites open June 1, along with more parks for day-use activities.
Boat inspection stations are opening at various locations throughout the province to prevent harmful zebra and quagga mussels from hitching a boat ride and entering B.C. waterways.
People travelling through Bear Pass have experienced enhanced safety and fewer avalanche-related road closures since the start of the 2019-20 avalanche season, thanks to the new automated avalanche detection system.
British Columbians wanting timely air quality alerts in their area can now get them sent directly to their cellphones.
Premier John Horgan and George Heyman, Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, have issued the following statement to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day:
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