A High-Stakes Land-Use Battle at the Pristine Heart of the Yukon

The territory has been divided for years over mining and conservation. Now the Supreme Court will hear a case that will help determine the future of the Peel River watershed

In Scotland, Canada's National Animal Is Wearing Out Its Welcome

Reintroducing animals to their old environments seems like a good idea—until they start turning up dead

Searching for Nova Scotia's Phantom Cougars

Dozens of people report sightings of big cats in Atlantic Canada, but are their eyes playing tricks on them?

The Wisdom of Our National Parks

Canada’s parks have never been purely natural spaces—but they tell us a lot about who we are

Could a Standing Rock Protest Happen in British Columbia?

The anti-pipeline battle will likely be waged as much in the courts as in the streets