A bewildering array of laws and regulations cover species and ecosystems in Canada, making their protection inadequate.
Canada needs a national board of advisers to hold Parks Canada’s feet to the fire and shield it from political interference.
When offspring become more “costly” to make, mothers make fewer of them. And these offspring start life with fewer energy reserves.
Scientists have a new approach to understanding how pollution threatens species at risk in Canada.
Noisy waters may be making it harder for southern resident killer whales to communicate with each other and find their food.
Carving up ecosystems or opening them to development puts the survival of species at risk.
Canada’s national parks don’t need more visitors. They could use more scientists, and better science, to help conserve the country’s species.