15 Fairy Creek land defenders sued for $10M by Teal-Jones

Robyn Bell
January 29, 2024

Defendants say the lawsuit is meant to silence old growth activists


Protesters gather to demand action on old-growth forests

Hundreds turned out to protest what they say is government inaction on BC's ancient forests


Mount Cain was built by loggers—but now logging has come to the mountain

By Andrew Findlay
August 9, 2022

The North Island ski area is divided over the start of logging just outside of its boundary


Author Lyndsie Bourgon on BC’s connection to the larger problem of timber poaching

By Jolene Rudisuela
June 10, 2022

Illegal logging is a local problem, but a lack of understanding of its causes and effects will make it worse


Fairy Creek lawyers asking BC court to throw out charges based on RCMP conduct

By Katharine Lake Berz
February 5, 2022

Lawyers to submit evidence of assault, unnecessary use of force, sexual harassment, intimidation and more in fight to have charges dropped


Capital Daily visited the Fairy Creek encampment. Here’s what we found.

By Harley Gordon
November 6, 2020

For two months, a 24-hour blockade has been attempting to stop planned logging of a stand of old-growth near Port Renfrew


Is BC cutting down all its old-growth forest?

By Harley Gordon
October 21, 2020

Cutting down primordial forests is still a key part of BC's forestry sector, but for how much longer is anybody's guess