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Carbon taxes did not trigger spike in Canadian gas prices, finds report

Carbon taxes did not trigger spike in Canadian gas prices, finds report

Average gasoline prices spiked 55% in 2021-22, but only a fraction of that was caused by Canada's carbon taxes, finds study.
Metro Vancouver sewage plant looks to neutralize acidic oceans, remove CO2

Metro Vancouver sewage plant looks to neutralize acidic oceans, remove CO2

Canadian company looks to dump crushed rock into Burrard Inlet to speed up geologic processes, remove carbon dioxide from ocean
‘Nightmare’ permitting strangling B.C. solar industry, say installers

‘Nightmare’ permitting strangling B.C. solar industry, say installers

New B.C. government rebates of up to $10,000 could ignite a boom in solar energy. But some warn permitting hurdles are sending the province on a 'solar coaster.'
Critical habitat for endangered B.C. owl doubles under new draft recovery plan

Critical habitat for endangered B.C. owl doubles under new draft recovery plan

Latest plan comes amid years of declines for the northern spotted owl — a species now considered Canada's most endangered bird.
Ocean Wise pulls eco-labels from southeast Alaskan salmon

Ocean Wise pulls eco-labels from southeast Alaskan salmon

Canada's largest seafood eco-certification body now lists southeast Alaskan fisheries as unsustainable.
B.C. coal miner penalized $13,500 for spilling 6,300 litres of hydrocarbons

B.C. coal miner penalized $13,500 for spilling 6,300 litres of hydrocarbons

'Serious concerns' raised by First Nations around environmental cleanup are out of scope of regulatory process, says decision.
55,000 arrivals per year to drive Metro Vancouver population

55,000 arrivals per year to drive Metro Vancouver population

Metro Vancouver's population forecast to climb to four million by the mid-2040s — a 200,000-person spike five years earlier than previously thought.
B.C. caribou pens found to be an 'unequivocal' success

B.C. caribou pens found to be an 'unequivocal' success

First-of-its-kind study evaluated health of 46 female southern mountain caribou brought into maternal pens between 2014 and 2021.
A warning signal: Grey whales are getting smaller — but why?

A warning signal: Grey whales are getting smaller — but why?

A population of grey whales that feeds off B.C.'s coast has seen its adult population physically get smaller over the past two decades, a new study has found.
Waves Coffee fined $31,000 over failed recycling plan

Waves Coffee fined $31,000 over failed recycling plan

New Westminster-based coffee house chain penalized for recycling failures at its 21 locations across B.C.