Thermal  Limits In Salmon And  How Does The Tsolum River Rate?

Thermal  Limits In Salmon And  How Does The Tsolum River Rate?

The Tsolum River Restoration Society’s Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at the Dove Creek Hall, located at 3400 Burns Road, Courtenay from 1 – 3:30 PM. Special guest speaker will be Ted Sweeten from the Pacific Biological Station, who will be speaking on “Thermal Limits in Salmon and how does the Tsolum River rate?”
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New Film On The Cost Of Wood Heating

New Film On The Cost Of Wood Heating

A new film called “The Cost of Wood Heating” was released yesterday by Breathe Clean Air Comox Valley. The nine-minute film features Dr. Charmaine Enns, the Medical Health Officer for North Vancouver Island and a number of local residents who are affected by wood smoke.
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Reaction of Georgia Strait Alliance to Province’s Climate Plan, with Legislation for Climate Accountability

Reaction of Georgia Strait Alliance to Province’s Climate Plan, with Legislation for Climate Accountability

A newly launched public consultation process on Canada’s newest National Park Reserve, in the South Okanagan-Similkameen region of BC, is providing Canadians a long-awaited opportunity to help secure the future for Canada’s most at-risk grassland ecosystem and the wildlife that live there. The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society’s BC Chapter (CPAWS-BC) welcomes this announcement made by the federal, provincial, and Okanagan Nation governments.
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Vancouver Island Chambers Unite to Protect Marine-based Tourism

Vancouver Island Chambers Unite to Protect Marine-based Tourism

On December 5th, the Province of BC unveiled its most robust plan ever to tackle climate change, incorporated into a Clean BC Plan. The strategy includes fully funded commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across multiple sectors and, notably, it includes legislation for climate accountability. The plan supports and makes mandatory for the provincial government to achieve 75 percent of the pre-Paris Accord 2030 reduction targets, and commits to closing the 25 percent shortfall within an 18-24 month window.
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Kwispaa LNG Project, Why am I opposed to it

Kwispaa LNG Project, Why am I opposed to it

Following the federal government’s designation of a 5,025-square kilometer Northern and Southern Resident Killer Whale critical habitat (CH) zone off the southwest coast of Vancouver Island, 17 Island Chambers of Commerce have united to protect the marine-based tourism on which they depend and urge the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to carefully weigh potential management measures that could harm their coastal communities, destroy thousands of business and jobs, and impact tourism revenue across Vancouver Island.
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