BC salmon farms get four-year reprieve

B.C. government orders industry to get First Nation consent or have licences cancelled

Canadians split over government purchase of Trans Mountain pipeline: Angus Reid

The decision by the federal government to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline project from Kinder Morgan Canada Limited has split Canadians down the middle, according to new public opinion polling...

Navigating wild and farmed salmon arenas

Commercial fisherman also runs a business servicing fish farms

Oil and gas sector sounds alarm over flight of capital

Federal and provincial regulatory regimes have spooked investors, industry says

First of 43 Trans Mountain spill response vehicles launched

The first of 43 new spill response vessels being built to support the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion was launched last week in Prince Rupert, B.C. The 26-foot Sentinel 30 workboat and landing...

Horgan announces wild salmon strategy, gets yelled at

"Salmon aquaculture is one component of the challenges facing our wild species," premier says

$42-million drilling licence sold at B.C.'s June land sale

Province has earned close to $60 million from land sales in 2018

Skeena First Nations demand sport fishing closure

Skeena First Nations call on DFO, province to implement full sport fishing ban

Controversy sparked over chinook salmon closures

Debate over southern resident killer whale plight oversimplified: marine mammal expert

China's CITIC buys stake in Ivanhoe Mine for $560 million

A Chinese state-owned conglomerate will become Vancouver's Ivanhoe Mines’ (TSX:IVN) biggest shareholder after billionaire Robert Friedland’s company agreed to sell a 20% stake for about $560 million...