Canada, B.C. need action to protect biodiversity

Canada, B.C. need action to protect biodiversity

Canada has two years to meet target of protecting at least 17% of its freshwater and land

Naturespeak: The people vs. the plants

Whistlerites gather for a town hall meeting on the federal government's Trans Mountain Pipeline purchase

Attendees encouraged to protest pipeline in the future if opposed

Fire ban to take effect today, July 18

High temperatures, no rain in the forecast spark concern over human-caused wildfires

Pemberton heli-biking proposal raises concerns

Public can comment on commercial tenure application until July 19

Source Water Protection Plan endorsed

Document intended to protect Whistler's biggest water supply

Fish advocates warn of DFO office closure in Squamish

Concerns mount over lack of enforcement if office isn't maintained in region

UBC Okanagan researchers studying high-altitude human populations

Investigators strive to understand how some populations can adapt—or mal-adapt—to their habitat

Education continues around new Solid Waste Bylaw

One-year grace period expires in September; fines to follow

The 'five worst weeds'

Sea to Sky Invasive Species Council campaign aims to help Whistlerites identify problem weeds

Spring Creek students ahead of the curve with electric vehicles

Program resulted from partnership between local tech consultant, WCS, teachers and CFOW

Logging and forest thinning plans for community forest revealed

Cheakamus Community Forest manager reveals 2018 projects


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