In this article published in The Globe and Mail, CFN CEO Christine Smith-Martin describes how the Indigenous-led effort to create the Great Bear Sea MPA Network will ensure effective marine stewardship into the future.
Coastal First Nations, along with federal and provincial governments, jointly endorse the Great Bear Sea MPA Network Action Plan.
Blueprint for a vast network of Marine Protected Areas on the Pacific North Coast is being unveiled after more than a decade of collaborative work.
Learn about Project Finance for Permanence (PFP), a groundbreaking approach to conservation financing that will preserve the health of our coastal waters for all future generations.
UN Biodiversity Conference – COP 15 – Montreal, QC – The federal government announced its plan to invest $800 million in four Indigenous-led conservation initiatives across Canada, including a commitment…
Our 2021-22 Annual Report highlights the outstanding work we have achieved over the past two years, and lays out key objectives as we look to the future.
Coastal Guardians have been involved in a range of research and conservation efforts to help protect bears throughout the Great Bear Rainforest.
With their dedicated presence on coastal waters, Coastal Guardians are advancing our collective understanding of whales and how best to protect them.
Guardians are often first responders in marine accidents and spills, filling in the gaps left by other government agencies that are too remote to respond quickly enough.