Coastal GasLink Trial on Hold as Court Probes Police Excessive Force

"The trial of three Indigenous land defenders arrested at a pipeline construction site on unceded Wet’suwet’en First Nation land was adjourned until spring on Friday, as the court looks into potential abuses by Canadian police."

Source: Inside Climate News, 01/25/2024
February 7, 2024

Share Your Science Story: SWCC Science Communication 101 With Ive Velikova

Join science communicator and climate educator Ive Velikova in this Science Writers & Communicators of Canada workshop to explore principles of effective communication — emphasizing audience engagement and storytelling. You'll gain skills to convey complex scientific concepts to diverse audiences. 3:00-4:00 p.m. ET on Zoom.


Environmental Digital Storytelling — A Best-in-Show Sampler

As part of its periodic survey of the compelling work by digital journalists using data and multimedia, Reporter’s Toolbox looks at some favorite projects in the last year or so. On the list are granular maps and spinning globes, compelling photo essays and clickable storytelling. But the heart of the best digital journalism, Toolbox reminds us, is that it matters. And these do.

SEJ Publication Types: 

B.C. Said Coastal Gaslink Pipeline Could Withstand ‘Extreme Weather. Nope.

"An internal briefing note reveals BC Energy Regulator inspectors did not find any problems with Coastal GasLink’s emergency plans a few months before soaring temperatures led to flooded pipeline sites, slope failures and damage to sensitive creeks and wetlands".

Source: The Narwhal, 12/18/2023


Subscribe to RSS - Canada