Please be advised that the Protected Areas on the Central and North Coast and Haida Gwaii will remain closed to non-residents until further notice.
As the federal government announced $1.5-billion in relief funds to help BC restart its economy, North Coast First Nations tourism operators say more help is needed.
A new video from the Marine Plan Partnership (MaPP) showcases collaborative marine planning for the waters of the North Pacific Coast.
CFN-GBI is seeking a full-time Accounts Payable & Payroll Administrator to join our dynamic team in Vancouver. Reporting to the Senior Bookkeeper and working closely with the staff team and…
With a COVID-19 lockdown on borders around the globe, the Kitasoo/Xai’xais Nation has seized a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to study the impacts of reduced ecotourism traffic on bears in its territory.
The 25th annual Ocean Awards recognizes the Coastal Guardian Watchmen as recipients of the 2019 Ocean Wise Conservation Leadership Award.
In response to COVID-19, coastal communities are ramping up local food programs and relying on traditional harvesting to address food security concerns.
Concerned about the future of Chinook salmon, the Wuikinuxv Nation and partners built the Percy Walkus Hatchery in River’s Inlet to preserve the species for generations to come.
Mercedes Robinson has grown up sharing her home territory of the Kitasoo/Xai’xais Nation with the grizzlies, black bears and white Spirit bears of the Central Coast.