Politician, broadcaster, advocate, author and contrarian, Rafe Mair made an indelible mark on both the media world and those who fight on behalf of British Columbia’s environment.
In This Series
Aboriginal title, disease risks and lack of DFO regulation of the industry are prime concerns.
Agents ask crew questions about biologist and fish farm activist Alexandra Morton.
Oil and Gas Commission suppressed audit showing industry activity threatens efforts to save species.
Citizens can shine a spotlight on bad laws or draconian consequences. Second of two parts.
Are arguments for the pipeline expansion based on actual respect for legal procedure? Part one of two.
Texas-based firm has no intentions of paying for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion on its own.
Corporation cites harm from protests; seeks injunction.
Research finds farmed salmon virus may cause jaundice/anemia.
Scathing report cites failure to protect wild salmon.
Due diligence required before we sink money into a corporation with poor stock performance and repeated legal violations.
Forget the talk about Asian markets; Kinder Morgan will enrich US companies.
An excerpt from a new book on the dam project that’s divided BC.
Falling prices and competition from a new Texas export terminal mean Trans Mountain fails the business test.
Horgan to press ahead with court case; Notley, Trudeau pledge pipeline will be built.
Kinder Morgan battle brings Trumplandia to our country.
Claims that increasing oilsands production will lead to lower emissions simply false.
Pipeline politicians’ promises of riches rest on one Kinder Morgan consultant’s report challenged by critics.
British Columbians need to let Liberals know their petro-passion will cost them critical seats in next year's election.
Canadian regulators stick with less stringent regulations despite growing risks from mega-fracking.
Student-led town hall sets agenda for climate change and justice in UBC’s future.
Part two of a series. After court losses, federal government has new strategy to protect industry.
Part one of a series. Provincial lab played key role in denying existence of HSMI in BC.
Six ways citizens can sway the government to reverse a disastrous decision.
From expropriation to First Nations lawsuit to political shifts, dam decision brings change.
Tiny parasite a growing global problem for the industry’s open net pens.