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[field_date] At 8:30 AM on a drizzly Monday morning in March ForestEthics Vancouver office was bustling. Ten volunteers and four or five staff were busy checking lists and loading a van full of pop-up tents, sound equipment and dozens of signs and banners for the day’s No Tankers Rally at the Vancouver Art Gallery. ... read more »
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[field_date] Before my much-anticipated trip to the Great Bear Rainforest, I checked the forecast and lamented having to trade the sun in Vancouver for the rainy prognosis up north. ... read more »
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[field_date] We knew it was a good omen when we spotted the legendary wolverine as we set out on the boat yesterday morning. “Michael, I saw Snuffleupagus,” I triumphantly announced over the radio. I was teasing Michael Uehara, one of ForestEthics’ board members, who always happens to be away whenever the wolverine is nearby.... read more »
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[field_date] The outer islands of the BC’s coast have such a different character than islands more protected from the violent beatings of the ocean and the wind. Campania Island could have been taken from tropics and dropped into the north Pacific, with its fine white sand, and clear turquoise-jade water. The similarities stop there, though. ... read more »
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[field_date] It was really hard to leave BC’s Great Bear Rainforest. Every day the Coast brought unforgettable moments:... read more »
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[field_date] Untouched beauty on British Columbia’s North Coast “Ancient” and “innovative” aren’t words that often go together. But in the Great Bear Rainforest, innovative ideas are springing out of some of British Columbia’s oldest forests. I’ve just returned home from my first trip to the Great Bear Rainforest, and it has renewed my commitment to protect this unique place.  ... read more »
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[field_date] The Joint Review Panel hearings on a massive tar sands pipeline proposal in Canada resumed on Monday in Edmonton, Alberta. They continue with cross-examination of Enbridge’s panel of consultants and employees.... read more »
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[field_date] Over the past year, we have applauded several municipalities who have taken leadership and passed resolutions against Enbridge’s Northern Gateway project and the introduction of hundreds of oil tankers to British Columbia’s North Coast. Along the proposed route, the communities of Prince Rupert, Terrace, Smithers, Fort St.... read more »
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[field_date] Sitting in the Joint Review Panel (JRP) hearing room in Prince George, Enbridge’s experts are being cross-examined by a variety of intervenors. There are at least 30 Enbridge paid staff and consultants in the room, mostly men. There are over a dozen National Energy Board staff administering the process and assisting the three panel members.... read more »
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[field_date] As the Prince Rupert Enbridge hearings resumed with a focus on marine issues, we thought it was important to get the media out on the water. As we left Rupert harbour we heard stories of past freighter accidents, either due to weather or shallow waters, all with a local pilot on board. ... read more »
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