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Wanda Pascal takes Porcupine caribou protection fight to Washington

Fort McPherson's Chief Wanda Pascal has been protecting the Porcupine caribou for decades. Finally, she had the chance to take that message to the US capital.
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Two DOXA films explore the legacy of hydro in BC

‘We can’t just plug everything up and act like there’s not going to be ramifications.’
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How Teck Resources' coal mines threaten fish from B.C. to Idaho

Selenium from a string of Teck Resources' mines in southeastern B.C. is projected to contaminate the transboundary watershed connecting Canada to the U.S. for centuries to come.

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First Nation’s Supreme Court case against BC

Torrance Coste, Tegan Hansen, Mark Worthing: We should all be standing with the Nuchatlaht

Why the First Nation’s Supreme Court case against BC matters for our collective future.
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Regenerative farming is the answer for Ten Creek Range and Stoney Creek Farm

Fifth generation farmer, Karlie Wellnitz, and her husband Cody, founded Ten Creek Range in March of 2018.
Lake Superior warming  is affecting one Anishinaabe fisherman

How a warming Lake Superior is affecting one Anishinaabe fisherman

Respect for water was as much a part of Phillip Solomon’s fishing education as sawing through thick winter ice. The Anishinaabe fisherman can see how rising temperatures are changing Gitchigumi and the fish his community relies on.

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Adrienne Jérôme, Christy Ferguson: The ‘new’ face of environmental racism in Quebec

The provincial government’s recent decision to postpone caribou recovery efforts jeopardizes Indigenous Rights and lives.