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Only about a third of British Columbians have taken steps to be prepared, says BC Hydro.
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We can relate to these hungry marine animals stuffing their faces.
Hundreds Gathers to Watch Thousands of Fish in the Annual Salmon Run this Fall
BC scientists are alarmed that more ship strikes on whales could result in 30 times more fatalities.
Cermaq is expanding its fish farms in Clayoquot Sound, baffling many First Nations and environmentalists.
The project is facing unexpected challenges and seeking community donations to move forward.
Residents were forced to leave the town because its dam sits on an earthquake hotspot.
Sooke and Metchosin are concerned that increased tanker traffic could risk oil spills during storms.
Complaint to Commission for Environmental Cooperation pressures Canada to ban toxic cruise ship washwater.
The Columbia River Treaty is being renegotiated, and many want fairer terms, environmental protection.
Experts say company had years of advance notice, but now taxpayers might be on the line.
Drought conditions remain high as 300 fires continue to blaze across the province.
US Rescue diver: “Most dynamic and challenging case that I’ve had.”
New partnership announces $1.4 million investment in training for new Guardians.
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The rising population of pink salmon may harm other species, from finfish to orcas.
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