Monthly Archives: May 2013

First nations sign Declaration restoring name PKOLS, install permanent sign at Victoria-area landmark

Chiefs of the WSANEC (Saanich) and Lekwungen (Songhees) First Nations, joined by an estimated 700-800 supporters from neighbouring First Nations and non-indigenous communities, have signed a joint Declaration Reclaiming PKOLS and installed a permanent sign at the summit of the promontory in … Continue reading

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Winds of Change: Darwyn Coxson and Inland Temperate Rainforests, MLA David Eby, Victoria City Councillor Shellie Gudgeon and the GVHA

The Ancient Forest Trail near Prince George is part of a unique inland temperate rainforest.  It’s offering ecotourism opportunities for the city, and a wealth of biodiversity research opportunities for local scientists.  Dr. Darwyn Coxson is currently in the process … Continue reading

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#Idle No More- Solidarity Spring Rally- Victoria, BC (Coast Salish Territories)

With Idle No More Founder and Organizer Sheelah Mclean, and 12 year old Singer/Songwriter and Activist Ta’ Kaiya Blaney. Ta’ Kaiya Blaney is from the Sliammon First Nation. She is a singer, songwriter, actress and an “advocate for providing better … Continue reading

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Winds of Change: Dylan James Powell and Marineland Animal Defense, Eric Nordal from Social Coast, Richard Boyce’s new enviro-project

Dylan James Powell and his Marineland Animal Defense friends are prepared to greet the 52nd season of Ontario’s Marineland.  They don’t think wild animals including bison, elk, deer, belugas, and orca whales ought to be trapped in captivity offering tricks … Continue reading

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What you need to know about BC’s forests before election day. And, BC’s unique and newly “discovered” inland temperate rainforest – near Prince George

Dr. Darwyn Coxson, Ecosystem Science and Management Program (UNBC) shares information about this rare new find, which is already a proposed new World Heritage site in B.C.  Emerging research from the University of Northern BC has highlighted the global rarity of … Continue reading

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