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1 Doctors, lawyers want B.C. to track injuries after record heat wave
2 B.C. adds more land for parks — but will it help biodiversity?
3 BC puts 18-month ban on rodenticides to help protect wildlife
4 B.C. government puts 18-month ban on rodenticides to help protect wildlife
5 Flirting with disaster: Proposed expansion of B.C.’s Copper Mountain Mine is a Washington matter, too
6 Canadian women mine more Olympic gold and B.C.'s killer heat: In The News for July 30
7 Thousands could die and costs could reach billions if wildfire response doesn't change, scientists say
8 How does the BC Air Quality Index work?
9 Interim rodenticide ban announced – Gulf Islands Driftwood
10 Smoky skies bulletin issued for Prince George
11 Unseasonable heat returns to British Columbia and the Prairies
12 Nelson mayor says city won’t reconsider single-use plastics ban
13 B.C. government warns of another round of 'extreme heat'
14 Tons of rock break off Stawamus Chief in Squamish, B.C., possibly due to heat
15 BC's changing landscape for industrial and commercial property transactions: What you need to know about the recent amendments to BC's contaminated sites regime
16 Opinion/Letter: Open Letter to Alaska State Legislators By Michael Goehring
17 BevCanna's Naturo Group Signs Supply Agreement with B.C. Ministry of Forests to Supply B.C. Firefighters Limited-Edition TRACE Alkaline Water
18 Federal watchdog urged to investigate BC Elk Valley coal mine pollution
19 British Columbia and the Prairies about to roast once again
20 B.C. oil and gas sites releasing up to 2.2 times more methane emissions than federal estimates: study
21 How a fight against a Vancouver Island rock quarry became a battle to modernize B.C.’s mining laws
22 People warned to prepare for possible 'intense smoke episodes' due to B.C. wildfires
23 B.C.'s Adopt A Highway campaign relaunches year after COVID-19 cancellation
24 Gov't disregard of Indigenous prescribed, cultural burns 'created this catastrophe': advocates
25 Wildfires bring smoky skies bulletins for B.C. Interior, but air quality improving
26 This new BC program lets you return large appliances for free | Curated
27 Wildfire smoke starting to drift across Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland – Maple Ridge News
28 B.C. wildfires update for July 29: 245 wildfires, 3,443 homes on evacuation order | Climate rallies in B.C. and beyond | Few new fires but crews mindful of heat wave
29 Three Island parks set to grow as province purchases land for expansions
30 BC cities will no longer need provincial approval to launch single-use plastic ban – Surrey Now-Leader
31 23 smoky skies bulletins issued across B.C. Interior; CDC offers tips for wildfire smoke
32 Loss in court highlights need for mining reform, Highlands group says
33 Lytton Burned, People Died. Who Should Pay?
34 Jody Wilson-Raybould won't run in next election, denounces 'toxic' environment in Parliament
35 Ambitious BC project aims to fight climate change one seed at a time
36 Study finds no impact of PRV on salmon health
37 Air quality deteriorates in Okanagan while Kamloops rating hits 10 + as wildfires rage
38 59 temperature records broken in a single day as B.C. swelters under 'heat dome'
39 Alberta inquiry draft findings misrepresent climate science, environmental groups say
40 B.C. premier defends not declaring state of emergency over wildfires
41 Canada and British Columbia launch development of a new Nature Agreement
42 Blueberry River First Nations win precedent-setting Treaty Rights case B.C. Supreme Court rules province breached
43 New B.C. Rules for Contaminated Sites May Significantly Impact Businesses
44 NDP's environmental street cred fades as Sierra Club B.C. disputes government claim about giant spruce tree
45 Once again, an NDP government is enraging BC's environmental movement
46 Few new wildfire starts in B.C., but crews watchful as heat wave approaches
47 Seed the North: Fighting Climate Change, One Sprout at a Time
48 Government of Canada takes action to remove bulk oil from the MV Schiedyk shipwreck in British Columbia
49 Teens paint ground outside Environment Ministry in Vancouver to protest inaction on climate crisis
50 Horgan defends not declaring state of emergency over BC wildfires
51 So there's going to be a fall election in BC: has the NDP kept its environmental promises?
52 BC regional environmental assessments
53 Mission Landfill fails environmental inspection, District given warning by province – BC Local News
54 New Rule Finalized to Protect Lake Koocanusa from BC Mining Contaminants
55 BC election: where the NDP, Greens and Liberals stand on climate and environment issues
56 BC fails to demand detailed oil spill plans from Trans Mountain
57 Day-use passes needed for five busy B.C. parks to ensure safety, protect environment
58 B.C. Conservation seizes thousand of moss balls due to hidden invasive species
59 Mining giant's historic penalty prompts environmentalists to call for stricter coal-mining rules
60 New faces join B.C.'s new cabinet, while stalwarts stay on in key roles
61 Canadian Power
62 On February 1, 2021, Amendments To B.C.'s Environmental Management Act And The Contaminated Sites Regulation (The Stage 13 Amendments)
63 Environment Ministry's Top Manager Fired as BC Plans Economic Recovery
64 CSRD could be fined $300K for Revelstoke landfill problems – BC Local News
65 Building a mine in British Columbia: hurry up and wait
66 B.C. government walks back approval of park day-pass system
67 Government scientists fought Site C quarry that threatens endangered bats
68 With 'Piecemeal' Budget, BC Is Headed Towards Climate Failure, Critics Say
69 Hopeful campers upset over B.C. Parks' online reservation system error
70 B.C. is 1st province to set reduction targets for carbon emissions from industries, communities
71 Site C dam budget nearly doubles to $16B, but B.C. NDP forging on with megaproject
72 B.C. catches flak over rise in old-growth logging approvals
73 Kitimat group calls on local government to protect environment
74 New map details potential environmental threats from BC mines – Saanich News
75 BC Spends More Subsidizing Fossil Fuels than on Fighting Climate Change: Report
76 BC government launches $45 million youth employment program | Venture
77 US EPA releases selenium limits for lake downstream of Teck coal mines
78 Audit of B.C.’s tailings pond regulations casts shadow on government’s ‘world class’ mining claims
79 BC Needs a 'Wartime Approach' to the Climate Emergency. And Now
80 Recreation groups hope BC Parks will scrap controversial day pass program
81 Conservancy protects mountainous area sacred to Tahltan Nation in northwestern B.C.
82 B.C.’s old-growth forest nearly eliminated, new provincewide mapping reveals
83 Washington state has a blueprint for climate success, but its region’s future is unclear
84 Copper Mountain mine tailings pond proposal sparks widespread concern
85 After climate-protection drift and despair, a blueprint for success emerges in Cascadia
86 In BC, climate is the challenge of our time. Our politicians aren't up to the fight
87 BC Ministry of the Environment: Staffing Announcement – HazMat Management
88 The Climate Disaster Hidden in BC's Forests
89 Increased concern for drought and wildfires in B.C.: How climate change could be playing a role
90 Crews respond to diesel spill in B.C. Central Coast
91 2021 could mark a turning point for the logging of old growth trees in B.C.
92 How Canada is trying to protect its last three spotted owls
93 BC teen's 23000-name Coastal GasLink petition gets him an audience with the minister – Chilliwack Progress
94 How the province says it's making BC Parks more accessible
95 BC Ministry of the Environment – New Draft Analytical Methods Posted for Review – HazMat Management
96 BC charges mining, fracking companies little for water use: research
97 B.C. lacks plans for rising seas and flooding, coastal adaptation researcher says
98 Hunters join forces with conservationists to call on B.C. to protect fish and wildlife habitat
99 Hoped-for expansion of Vernon provincial park falls through, but upgrades on the way – Vernon Morning Star
100 B.C. trees are being turned into wood pellets — and that's bad for the climate and workforce, critics say