Take action: Teck proposes huge coal mine expansion

Sprawling resource roads cut connectivity

Do we really need steelmaking coal?

Wildsight works to protect wildlife, water and wild places in Canada’s Columbia and Rocky Mountain regions.

In the Elk Valley, mountain-top removal coal mines dig up millions of tonnes of coal every year. When people ask questions about how these…Read More 
In recent months, British Columbians have come together to face an unprecedented health crisis. Now is the time to come together to look forward and…Read More 
Longtime Jumbo Wild supporter Doug Anakin passed away April 25th, leaving behind a trail of happy memories with friends and loved ones. Doug was a…Read More 

Preserving the Peel

May 25, 2020
The second edition of Wild Rivers of the Yukon’s Peel Watershed celebrates a landmark victory to protect the Peel watershed, a remote and wild…Read More 
It’s tough to wrap your head around: in BC, there are enough resource roads to drive from Vancouver to Halifax and back - 60 times…Read More 
Just downstream of Teck’s 50-square-kilometre Fording River coal mine, cutthroat trout swim in heavily polluted waters. This isolated population of trout, federally…Read More 
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