Stories by Chris Wood
But funding falls short of homelessness needs.
These nine graphs show how government widened the wealth gap between Canadians who rent, and Canadians who own a home.
Ottawa’s been listening to Canadians beef about housing. Here are ideas from two years of reporting for making them less worried.
Time to lay rest to this obsolete service agency for a last-century industry.
Canada agrees to US request to overhaul 'out of step' agreement for important BC river.
Forestry plans pit village citizens who love their amphibians against a company they own.
For many native species in Canada, our human settlements mean the end of the road. Last in a series.
Tough times for wine country's oldest denizens: boas and salamanders. Part of a series.
After a century of occupation, this once mighty-mosaic of woods no longer provides adequate shelter for its 'refugees.' Part of a series.
It used to stretch from Oshawa to Windsor. Now, development encroaches on the last scraps of a once-great woods. Part of a series.
What's left of Vancouver Island's Garry Oak woodland is now a last stop for scores of species. First in a new series.
One Canadian's high-stakes journey to cast a ballot in Mexico.
Year-long journalism project yields a website dedicated to fixing what's broken in Canada's housing.
Housing is personal, but some problems go coast-to-coast and demand a national response.
Amid national affordability crisis, new series spotlights eight housing-stressed demographics.
Worth hundreds of billions, our ecological wealth is endangered. A Tyee Solutions excerpt.
25-year review of Canada's eco-stewardship reveals neglect across party stripes.
Presenting energy projects as a binary choice has allowed carbon emissions to balloon, they argue.
Time to spout some Canadian sacrilege: H20 is a commodity -- and markets will help save it.
Thursday at DOXA, a filmmaker's vow to free North America's captive waterways.
Filling in redacted parts of internal federal emails reveals which enviro threats diplomats won't 'engage' on.
Enbridge already knows where, and how much, the proposed pipeline could leak.
Without it, nothing else matters. Excerpt from new book, 'Down the Drain.'
Pervasive toxins linked to shortfall in male births. Excerpt from new book, 'Down the Drain.'
More than 500 doctor and ER visits a day traced to water. Excerpt from new book 'Down the Drain.'
They've run the province for 12 years. What've they been up to all that time? Here's the recap.
A US study of more than 1,100 pages catalogues changes already occurring. We boil it down.
TYEE LIST #27: Join Tyee Solutions Society's intrepid reporters through highlights of their recent series.
Investments in people and their heritage are producing a different sort of modern economy in Bella Bella. Our series concludes.
Here from 'the beginning,' First Nations press for central role developing BC's Central Coast.
Scroll through hundreds of years of human drama along BC's Central Coast. Part of this week's series.
Possibly the first interactive map of BC's carbon sinks and sources. A Tyee Solutions Society project.
As threats mount, lack of science and legal recourse 'cripple' officials.
His kayak found bobbing with weird cargo, what happened to Richard Carl Mclean? A spooky true story.
Robert Falls was inspired by the creation of the David Suzuki Foundation. Now he calls it an obstacle to restoring degraded ecosystems.
Next PM needs to reinvent how our country measures success.
Why one chilly summer does not a global cooling make.
It flows over borders, and we need to value it properly.
Relax. The U.S. isn't about to start draining us dry.
We're not really serious until we install meters.
And why Maude Barlow's 'solution' is really a dry hole.
As waters rise, 'city is protected but we're not.' Last in a series.
Dutch show new way to handle the Fraser.
Thwarting Fraser floods will take 'sustained effort' say experts.
Floods and droughts on the radar. Can we adapt?
Experts say we're recklessly draining BC's groundwater, heedless of global warming.
Thirsty region is 'canary in coal mine' for BC and water.
Fail to fortify Fraser dikes, and BC could wake up to a weather nightmare.
Study predicts 'multiple dike failures.' But government has cut warning system.
Mexico, like many governments, can't afford water needs. Private money has big ideas.
Global experiments in saving and selling the resource.
How long can we pretend global water woes don't affect us?