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Watch: Monitoring white sturgeon — B.C.'s river 'dinosaurs'

Watch: Monitoring white sturgeon — B.C.'s river 'dinosaurs'

White sturgeon can reach up to six metres in length and are capable of living 100+ years. Find out why these prehistoric giants need our protection.
B.C.'s 2022 in review, from A to Z

B.C.'s 2022 in review, from A to Z

Some of the names in the news from 2021 had a second act in 2022, like bookends Anjali Appadurai and ZIM Kingston. Others had their moment in the limelight and literally disappeared: goodbye, Barge.
5 shocking natural events that happened in B.C. in 2022

5 shocking natural events that happened in B.C. in 2022

British Columbia observed some wild natural events this year.
Charla Huber: The Golden Rule might not have aged well

Charla Huber: The Golden Rule might not have aged well

If we follow the Golden Rule as it’s worded, we are assuming everyone wants to be treated as we do, but different cultures have different norms.
Monique Keiran: Christmas Bird Counts reveal disturbing trends

Monique Keiran: Christmas Bird Counts reveal disturbing trends

Data we collect may help identify critical environments and save some of the places that make this region a healthy, functioning habitat for birds, other wildlife and humans.
Our Community: Sock snowball fight for charity, students win science fair award

Our Community: Sock snowball fight for charity, students win science fair award

Two SMU students take home the top prize at Science Fair B.C.’s 2022 Youth Innovation Showcase with their self-heating lifejacket, Beavers use donated socks in ‘snowball’ fight
Geoff Johnson: Christmas traditions provide kids with sense of security

Geoff Johnson: Christmas traditions provide kids with sense of security

Family rituals, based on whatever cultural tradition, can bring kids a stabilizing sense of hope, wonder, magic and joy
Trevor Hancock: Reconciliation with the planet includes Indigenous Peoples

Trevor Hancock: Reconciliation with the planet includes Indigenous Peoples

In the rush to protect nature, the human rights of Indigenous people should not be violated — as has happened in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania and Nepal.
'Nibblers and Lions': B.C. researchers discover new 'supergroup' on tree of life

'Nibblers and Lions': B.C. researchers discover new 'supergroup' on tree of life

The microscopic predators are thought to have diverged from other forms of life roughly a billion years ago.
The keepers of Cheewaht: Restoring an ecosystem for generations to come

The keepers of Cheewaht: Restoring an ecosystem for generations to come

Restoration of streams that feed Cheewaht Lake in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is yielding results, as thousands of salmon return to spawn
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