• Kamloops area residents and the Stk’emlupsemc te Secwepemc Nation need you to speak up now against the huge Ajax mine project, which threatens the environment and livability of their communities. Write now!

  • The Wilderness Committee has created a series of maps to track the route of the proposed – and existing – Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline and associated oil tanker route. Check out the maps below for detailed views of the pipeline route as it crosses BC, through critical salmon-bearing watersheds, the Fraser Valley and Lower Mainland, as well as the tanker route passing through the delicate ecosystem of the Salish Sea.

  • Times Up for the Tar Sands! education report explores the damning reality facing the fossil fuel industry – the economics, the alternatives, the resistance. It makes a clear argument for how fighting for a safe climate is incompatible with building any new pipelines or the tar sands mines they enable. 

  • VANCOUVER — The Wilderness Committee team are giving each other great big bear hugs this afternoon to celebrate the BC government’s announcement that the trophy hunting of grizzly bears will finally be banned by  November 30.

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