Fisheries official denies coverup allegations over research into endangered B.C. steelhead | CBC News A senior official of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has denied allegations that the federal government covered up scientific findings on a unique kind of rainbow trout in B.C. in an attempt to justify continuing commercial fishing that endangers the species.
OPINION: On king salmon, a clash of culture and science In Alaska, our constitution spells out the obligation to manage fish stocks for the benefit of the people – not a particular subset of people.
Antlers Do What No Other Bones Can Deer almost break their bodies to build antlers each year, and scientists still don’t really know why.
Face-to-face with a 250-kg grizzly: how I study bears in the Rocky Mountains Clayton Lamb tracks bears to help reduce conflict with humans.
Salmon and caribou resolutions, mental health discussions featured at 2022 Biennial Gwich’in Gathering
Salmon and caribou resolutions, mental health discussions featured at 2022 Biennial Gwich’in Gathering | CBC News The 2022 Biennial Gwich’in Gathering saw people travel to Old Crow, Yukon for a week of discussions and celebrations. It was the first gathering in four years, and the first one since the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘The rebirth of our nation’: Gwich’in accord passed at biennial gathering | CBC News Attendees of the 2022 Biennial Gwich’in Gathering in Old Crow, Yukon, voted in favour of passing the Gwich’in Nation Accord, or Gwiyiinji ILak Hah T’igweedi’yaa Sriinatr’igwihee’aa — “We Will Act With One Mind To Make Things Right” — on Friday.
Fighting to protect B.C.’s northern caribou before they ‘disappear in front of our eyes’ | The Narwhal Why wait until caribou herds are on the verge of collapse to protect them? Researchers say we should act now to conserve northern B.C. habitat
Weak salmon run on Yukon River halts harvesting in First Nations – Yukon News Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in and Vuntut Gwitchin First Nations ask members not to harvest salmon
Yukon’s $22-million wildfire budget may not cover ‘historic’ season – Yukon News Data shows the territory has seen three-and-a-half times more fires than the 25-year average
Mining risks for Pacific Northwest salmon murky due to lack of transparent data The impact of mining on key salmon watersheds in northwestern Canada and the U.S. is impossible to gauge because of a lack of transparency and access to data, a cross-border study finds.