No answers to Questions on proposed Malahat LNG project

No answers to questions on proposed Malahat LNG project in Bamberton on the Saanich Inlet in Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

Nigel Kuzemko, CEO of Steelhead LNG, writes that critics of his company’s proposed Malahat LNG project (“Malahat LNG plan includes extensive consultation,” comment, Feb. 27) are making […]

Open-net Salmon Farms ending in Norway but OK for BC?

Open-net Salmon Farms ending in Norway but OK for BC? Clayoquot Action Tofino creating awareness in Norway.

Norway’s salmon-farming industry is hitting a wall. Because salmon farming began earlier there than in British Columbia, I wanted to get a glimpse of where we might be headed […]

Port Alberni: Sustainability Champion on Vancouver Island?

Cathedral Grove, MacMillan Provincial Park, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Photo: BritishColumbia.com

In recent years, there has been considerable public concern in Port Alberni over logging in its China Creek drinking watershed, in particular over McLaughlin Ridge’s magnificent old-growth Douglas-firs which shelter wintering deer and is also […]

By | February 19th, 2016|Port Alberni, Sustainability, Top Stories|1 Comment

Green Tourism in BC: Spirit of the West Adventures

Green Tourism in British Columbia: Spirit of the West Adventures, Quadra Island, BC

Spirit of the West Adventures is one for the bucket list. Not only do they kayak to some of the world’s most beautiful waters, off the coast of Vancouver Island in […]

By | December 4th, 2015|Environment, Sustainability, Top Stories|0 Comments

Chicken and Bee Rentals soon for Victoria Backyard Farmers

Chicken and Bee Rentals soon for Victoria Backyard Farmers, Bees Please Farms Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Mike and Kate Fraser and their two sons.

I started Bees Please Farms because I wanted to support honey bees. I conceived the idea of offering bee hive hosting […]

By | November 19th, 2015|Sustainability, Top Stories|3 Comments

Drones used in BC Old-Growth Forest Conservation

Central Walbran Valley Logging Conflict Escalates

A logging permit for the first of eight proposed cutblocks in the Central Walbran Valley was issued in September by the government of British Columbia to logging company Teal-Jones. The Central Walbran Valley, near Port Renfrew, is Canada’s most spectacular old-growth forest, and one of […]