• The Plight of the Spotted Owl – Sarah Cox
    The spotted owl (Strix occidentalis) is a medium-sized owl that lives in the old-growth forests of western North America. Its range extends from British Columbia down to Mexico, but the species has been in decline for decades due to habitat … Read more
  • Klinse-Za Caribou Pt.1 – Scott McNay
    The story of the Klinse-Za caribou herd in British Columbia is an unusual one. It’s unusual in that it is an environmental success story in that a herd of animals once down to just 19 individuals a decade later is … Read more
  • Into the Earth – Christian Stenner
    Episode Nine – Northern Latitudes: Find Your Way PodCast Christian Stenner has been exploring caves in Canaada for almost 20 years. We talk abour what got him started, the challenges involved and the lessons learned from goaing places few people … Read more
  • #Heartbreak – Florence Williams
    Episode Six – Northern Latitudes: Find Your Way PodCast Author Florence Williams joins me to talk about her latest book “Heartbreak” and the role nature can play in the healing process when our heart is broken. “Williams’s journey through her … Read more
  • Does Primary Prey Theory Protect Caribou In BC?
    Caribou are listed under the Species at Risk Act (SARA). The long-term conservation and eventual restoration of stable caribou populations are national and provincial priorities shared by hunters and other conservationists. The Guide Outfitters Association of BC (GOABC) and SCI Canada support … Read more
  • The Cape Breton Highlands In Fall – 3 Must-See Photos
    This Autumn, the Cabot Trail and the Cape Breton Highlands were alive with colour, and Canada’s photographers captured it all. Here are three of the best captures from one of Canada’s most scenic destinations in October.
  • A New Era For Tracking The Health of The Great Lakes
    If you’ve ever wondered about the health of your local river or lake, seven million open data points are now at your fingertips.   Information ranging from lake temperatures to levels of nitrates in the water is available on Great Lakes DataStream, … Read more
  • Murtle Lake, BC: North America’s Largest Canoe-Only Lake

    Nestled in one of the largest valleys of the Cariboo mountains, at an elevation of some 2,300 m (7,546 ft) above sea level, lies Murtle Lake. It’s shape is described to be a backwards ‘L’ with two arms. The North Arm runs deep into the Cariboo Mountains, while the wider West Arm is lined with sprawling sandy beaches.

  • Amazing Destinations: Jacques-Cartier National Park, Québec
    Jacques-Cartier National Park boasts one of the most beautiful glacial valleys in Quebec. The Jacques Cartier River Valley, the most prominent glacier landform, serves as one Canada’s best stages for fall scenery. The Park is open year-round, though the availability of activities and facilities vary. Entrance fees are $8.90 per adult per day. The park is free for youth under 17.
  • B.C.’s Black Bears Are Suffering From Our Lack Of Awareness, Says North Shore Non-Profit
    BC stands for bear country, but the majority of Vancouver’s residents and tourists don’t understand the nature of black bears, why they venture into urban areas, and what happens when they are reported. A North Shore organization is urging Vancouver’s residents and visitors to approach co-existence differently, in order to get a different result: improved awareness, and a larger commitment to keeping bears safe by keeping them out of urban areas. 
  • Five Facts About Canada’s Dock Spider
    While many people fear them the dock spider is actually a very interesting creature, harmless overall, and a lot less scary than people think they are.
  • The Dene Nation Initiative Aims To Conserve Boreal Caribou
    The Government of Canada will invest $1,080,000 over two years in the Western Boreal Initiative with the Dene Nation. The Western Boreal Initiative is a collaboration between provinces, territories, and First Nations governments to evaluate the cumulative effects of wildfire, predation, key pests, human disturbances, and climate change on the Western Boreal Forests of Canada.