Historic Agreement to Protect the Great Bear Rainforest

An area larger than Vancouver Island will be conserved and set aside from forestry well into the future.

Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline Proposal Killed

November 11, 2015 02:39 PM
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Our iLCP partners in British Columbia celebrate the cancellation of the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline proposal.

Great Bear TIS- Jasmine Thomas Interview

January 01, 2015 06:09 AM
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Jasmine Thomas of the Saikuz nation As part of the Great Bear Rainforest Tripods in the Sky (TIS) with Neil Ever Osborne. About the TIS The Issues Enbridge Inc. has a long history of pipeline oil spills throughout Canada and the US, including a ruptured pipeline in Michigan less than a year ago that spewed […]

Gerald Amos – GBR TIS interview

January 01, 2015 06:09 AM
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This is an interview by Amanda Follett and Neil Ever Osborne with Gerald Amos. Gerald is a Haisla Councillor, President of Coastal First Nations, and a grandpa.  Interview was conducted in Kitamaat Village, near the town of Kitimat.

iLCP Photos Help Save the Great Bear Rainforest

December 12, 2013 04:07 PM
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“It doesn’t matter how many millions of dollars Enbridge may spend on ads, we know that our real wealth lies in clean, nutritious fish and sustainable coastal jobs.” – Luanne Roth, Prince Rupert resident

National Geographic: Kermode Bear

July 07, 2011 07:45 PM
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“In a moss-draped rain forest in British Columbia, towering red cedars live a thousand years, and black bears are born with white fur.”

National Geographic: Kermode Bear

July 07, 2011 07:45 PM
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“In a moss-draped rain forest in British Columbia, towering red cedars live a thousand years, and black bears are born with white fur.”

Great Bear TIS – partner post

July 07, 2011 04:58 PM
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This tour just reinforced that Enbridge cannot engineer its way out of risk on this one. If Enbridge spills oil nearly once a week in mostly flat, prairie land, what can we expect as it tries to tunnel here through these mountains?

Great Bear TIS – dispatch 3

July 07, 2011 04:58 PM
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David was surprised to see how much more they had cut down since last year.

Great Bear TIS – dispatch 2

July 07, 2011 07:50 PM
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Above the Rockies in a plane, just 82 km (50 miles) east of Prince George, you lose sense of the colossal scale of this range apparent from the ground. The bird’s eye view makes canyons and peaks seem surmountable. But, thinking about how Enbridge Inc. might construct a pipeline through this terrain left me wondering. […]