The LNG Canada plant and Coastal GasLink pipeline are being built at a time when a glut of LNG "is a major recipe for disaster", according to one analyst.
B.C. is the proverbial canary in the coal mine for many related issues that will define our place in the world.
The vice-chair of the Vancouver park board proposes optimizing the biological output and overall connectivity of the city's marginal landscape.
Canadian journalists shy away from the term "land defenders", but what if the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs' supporters are actually correct in using this term?
Canada lost something critical last week by shoving aside efforts toward positive settler-Indigenous relations in order to mobilize, with exactitude, the ever-reaching, greedy-fingered arms of the state.
If the New Democrats really care for the values of Sikhism, then they need to re-examine their approach on the Wet’suwet’en and related issues.
He and his ministers knew (or ought to have known) exactly where this was all heading when they granted a five-year extension of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline’s environmental assessment certificate in the fall.
The B.C. NDP government sweetened the pot for the LNG industry through its Income Tax Amendment Act, 2019.
An economist takes a deep dive into the consequences of the NDP government's proposal for "care-based" auto insurance.
The former chief commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission invoked a Paul Simon song to describe the perils of government intransigence.
A Victoria city councillor explains why he thinks civil disobedience is one of the most noble and important traditions in human history.
The RCMP’s enforcement of the Coastal GasLink injunction against the Wet’suwet’en has ignited a national debate about the law and the rights of Indigenous people.