The international Indigenous Buffalo Treaty and an innovative Parks Canada reintroduction scheme coincide as free-roaming bison return to the Canadian West.
It’s been six months since the tug ran aground on the British Columbia coast, but local First Nations are still living with the repercussions.
What we’re learning about one of the toughest (and most elusive) animals in the world.
The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement represents a new era in conservation and resource management. Here’s how it’s working in the Saskatchewan River Delta.
Researchers are learning more about these elusive predators, and how they move and survive throughout the mountainous terrain of southern Alberta and British Columbia.
The fight for Haida Gwaii is more than a matter of land.
Poised to deliver big results, the nearly four-year-old Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement continues to rely on the co-operation of former foes.
A framework developed at the University of Alberta is helping the forest planners behind the world’s largest conservation agreement see the bigger picture.
Queen’s University civil engineers have the pulse on the water pipes, gas lines and sewers that lie beneath our feet.
How new technology is boosting the lifespan of large-scale infrastructure.
More than 200 researchers enter the “CRIB” to develop and test large-scale infrastructure in real-world conditions.