Vancouver Island marmots may just be the antidote required for the dystopian times we are living in. If you must be trapped inside during this current winter of discontent, alone at a desk, scrolling through hours of video—best it be watching one of the most endearing animals on […]
Other otters have won hearts and donations for the aquarium, but this is no ordinary Joey. The pup’s 24/7 livestream made him a social media sensation during the pandemic. Watch the live stream here: The otter pup’s tiny front paws, downy fur, baleful squeaks and generally heart-bursting cuteness […]
Watch the video on Instagram here. Keep looking on our site for other great whale videos like the new born Humpback whale or the video on the largest whales, Blue Whales 101 !
Dozens of large fires are causing poor air quality, evacuations and severe damage across Washington, Oregon and California. The death toll is also rising as wildfires continue to rage. Vancouver in British Columbia had the worst air quality in the world last Saturday due to the winds changing, […]
The Vancouver Aquarium will shut down again on September 7th, saying it’s losing too much money with COVID-19 restrictions on visitors. The aquarium says it will be a different attraction when it re-opens. See more on Global News here.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is aiming to protect the cost of British Columbia through Operation Virus Hunter. As part of that operation Sea Shepherd crew members have been on the water documenting a mass salmon die-off event at salmon farms within Clayoquot Sound, a UNESCO listed World Biosphere […]
One on the top 5 environmental concerns of 2019 is, sad to say, quite active on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada. Conservationists with the Ancient Forest Alliance are dismayed that new logging has commenced on Edinburgh Mountain, an old-growth “hotspot” of high conservation value near Port Renfrew in Pacheedaht […]
Canada contains less than 0.5 per cent of the world’s population, yet it contains 18 per cent of the cities which promise to ensure new buildings operate at net-zero carbon by 2030. A view of downtown Toronto. With Vancouver and Montreal, Toronto has signed on to a global net-zero […]