Raincoast in the news, 2018

Articles from December 2018

Federal government invests $2M to maintain Fraser river habitats

By Daisy Xiong, Richmond News
2018 12 29

Residents search for answers in time of high bear/human conflict

By Caitlin Thompson, The Interior News
2018 12 27

Research finds it’s not all doom and gloom for B.C.’s iconic salmon

By Glacier Media, Kamloops Matters
2018 12 26

Government of Canada makes a Significant Coastal Restoration Fund Investment in British Columbia through the Oceans Protection Plan

By Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Government of Canada
2018 12 20

Fisheries minister Jonathan Wilkinson announces new measures to protect orcas

By Tara Brian, National Observer
2018 12 19

Vancouver Island man runs 500 km for anti-trophy hunting campaign

By Nicole Crescenzi, Nanaimo News Bulletin
2018 12 12

Against The Current

By Courtney Sexton, Michael O. Snyder
2018 12 11

Photo exhibit raises funds to protect Great Bear Rainforest carnivores

By Alyssa Noel, Pique
2018 12 06

Anti-trophy hunting run reaches central Vancouver Island

By Alistair Taylor, Campbell River Mirror
2018 12 04

Restoring the Lower Fraser

By Pacific Salmon Foundation, Pacific Salmon Foundation
2018 12 04

Expert panel says half of assessed Chinook salmon populations are endangered

By Ainslee Cruickshank, The Star
2018 12 03

Canada should rethink unproven, dangerous chemical ‘cleanup’ of marine oil spills

By Kate Logan, The Narwhal
2018 12 01

Articles from November 2018

Warnings in British Columbia follow spate of habituated-wolf issues

By International Wolf, International Wolf
2018 11

Bluewater Conservation Expedition

By Bluewater Adventures, Bluewater Adventures
2018 11

This Chocolate Saves Bears!

By Community Farm Store, CFS News
2018 11

The Heart of the Fraser

By Fishing With Rod, Fishing With Rod
2018 11 27

Photography Exhibition – Audain Art Museum, Whistler, Dec 8 2018

By Grizzly Bear Foundation, Grizzly Bear Foundation
2018 11 22

Why (Mostly) Men Trophy Hunt: a Biocultural Explanation

By Maximilian Werner, Counter Punch
2018 11 20

Island Voices: Resident orcas are on the precipice

By Misty MacDuffee & Chris Genovali, Island Voices
2018 11 18

Orcas’ Future on the Line as Canada Develops Protections

By James Munson, Bloomberg Environment
2018 11 18

Whales Being Kept In Captivity Underwater

By Cedric Jackson, Animal Channel
2018 11 14

Are Our Southern Resident Orcas Doomed?

By Andrea Smith, The Tyee
2018 11 13

Court adds new hurdles for BC oil sands pipeline as separate lawsuit calls for emergency orca protections

By The Acoustic Ecology Institute, AEI News
2018 11 13

Oak Bay family builds board game to balance nature

By Keri Coles, Victoria News
2018 11 10

Pressure mounts in Canada and U.S. to ban whale-watchers from southern resident orcas

By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
2018 11 07

125 Stranger (Than Usual) Things To Do in Seattle This Week: Nov 7-11, 2018

By Staff, The Stranger
2018 11 06

Federal government rejects emergency order to protect killer whales

By Canadian Press, CBC News
2018 11 03

Statement: Conservation groups respond to decision not to issue emergency protections for endangered whales

By Eco Justice, Eco Justice
2018 11 02

Ottawa veut créer des sanctuaires pour épaulards

By Hina Alam, La Presse
2018 11 02

Ottawa wants to create new protected areas for killer whales off B.C. coast

By Canadian Press, CBC News
2018 11 01

Federal Government announces new measures for killer whale protection

By Canadian Press, National Observer
2018 11 01

Articles from October 2018

One Shot for Coastal Carnivores

By Bateman Centre, Bateman Centre
2018 10

Residents search for answers in time of high bear/human conflict

By Caitlin Thompson, Coast Mountain News
2018 10 30

Nature Talks: The Science of Large Carnivore Conservation

By Robert Bateman, Twitter
2018 10 27

Everyone loves Timbits, but you still shouldn’t feed them to bears

By Elaine Anselmi, Cottage Life
2018 10 22

Une population d’orques est en train de disparaître

By Staff, 7 Sur 7
2018 10 18

New pipeline review not going far enough out to sea, environment group says

By The Canadian Press, Vancouver Sun
2018 10 15

New pipeline review not going far enough out to sea, environment group says

By Mia Rabson, National Observer
2018 10 14

Regulator outlines next steps for Trans Mountain environmental review

By Kathleen Harris, CBC News
2018 10 12

Regulator outlines next steps for Trans Mountain environmental review – John Feldsted responds

By Kathleen Harris, Siemens Says
2018 10 12

Our Efforts to Save the Whales May Be ‘Too Little, Too Late’

By Alastair Spriggs, Vice
2018 10 10

Southern Resident Killer Whale town hall speaks to the future of the Salish Sea

By Sarah Suleman, Martlet
2018 10 10

B.C. Ferries spending spree could be good news for orcas

By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
2018 10 10

In the Kingdom of the Bears

By Jude Isabella, Hakai Magazine
2018 10 09

Are we watching a real-time extinction of southern resident killer whales?

By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
2018 10 09

Code Scarlet

By Orca Annie Stateler, The Vashon Loop
2018 10 07

Terms of Reference and scope of environmental assessment for Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project

By Dyna Tuytel & Margot Venton, Eco Justice
2018 10 05

Trans Mountain pipeline expansion: How we challenged it and won

By Dyna Tuytel & Margot Venton, Eco Justice
2018 10 05

Salmonid species diversity predicts salmon consumption by terrestrial wildlife

By Christina N. Service & others, Journal of Animal Ecology
2018 10 04

Why the Trans Mountain fight is over more than just a pipeline

By Tzeporah Berman, Open Canada
2018 10 04

Federal government must do more to protect at-risk marine mammals: WWF-Canada

By Rebecca Spring, WWF Canada
2018 10 02

Skipping salmon on menus one small step toward saving B.C. orcas, experts say

By Wanyee Li, The Star
2018 10 01

Tahlequah, Scarlet and the future of the southern resident orcas – a news update

By Mark Leiren-Young, Skaana
2018 10 01

Articles from September 2018

Ilona Mihalik

By Applied Conservation Science Lab, UVic
2018 09

R sqleltenuw̓i ne r Secwepemculecw: Sockeye salmon in the Secwepemc Nation

By Salmon Society, The Adams River Salmon Society
2018 09

Wasgo/Gonakadet – Sea Wolves of the Pacific Northwest

By Peter Faris, Academia
2018 09

Land-Based Whale Watching Initiative (The Whale Trail B.C)

By Coastal Ocean Research Institute, Ocean Wise Research
2018 09

Of Coastal Carnivores and Conservation

By Lauren Eckert, Lauren Eckert Ecology
2018 09 29

Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project Environmental Assessment

By Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, Environment Canada
2018 09 28

Scientists spot endangered whale in B.C. not seen in Canadian waters for decades

By The Canadian Press, Kamloops Matters
2018 09 27

More on the Southern Resident Killer Whales – this time on truthiness about acoustic threats and survivorship bias

By Blair King, A Chemist in Langley
2018 09 27

Orcas challenging but not preventing pipeline expansion approval, says minister

By Mia Rabson, CTV News
2018 09 26

Orcas challenging but not preventing pipeline expansion approval, says minister

By Canadian Press, The Star
2018 09 25

Dismal returns for chinook salmon on B.C.’s Fraser River reveal latest threat to endangered orcas

By Justine Hunter, The Globe and Mail
2018 09 23

New oil-spill response much like the old ones

By Kate Logand & Chris Genovali, Times Colonist
2018 09 23

David Neiwert on Killer Whales, Killer Racists and Fighting for Orcas in the Age of Trump

By Leiren-Young, Skaana
2018 09 21

Should art be non-political? Is that even possible?

By Dianne Bersea, Permutations
2018 09 20

Global Climate Strike September 20th, 2019

By Karen Cooper Gallery, Karen Cooper Gallery News
2018 09 10

Minister fires back at groups for suing over killer whales

By Lindsay Kines, The Times Colonist
2018 09 09

With more species at risk than resources to save them, conservationists face hard choices

By Ruby Buiza, CBC Radio
2018 09 07

Trans Mountain vs. killer whales: the tradeoff Canadians need to be talking about

By Carol Linnitt, The Narwhal
2018 09 07

In Canada, Pipeline Politics Threaten National Climate Plan

By Ucilia Wang, Climate Liability News
2018 09 06

Conservation groups take ministers to court to protect endangered killer whales

By David Suzuki Foundation, David Suzuki Foundation
2018 09 05

Canada proposes more habitat protection for southern-resident orcas

By Lynda V. Mapes, The Seattle Times
2018 09 05

Five environmental groups take Trudeau government to court to protect endangered southern resident orcas

By Charlie Smith, The Georgia Straight
2018 09 05

When Animals Take the Night Shift

By William Brennan, The Atlantic
2018 09 05

Conservation groups take ministers to court to protect endangered killer whales

By David Suzuki Foundation, WWF Canada
2018 09 05

Lawsuit demands federal departments act to protect southern resident killer whales

By Bethany Lindsay, CBC
2018 09 05

See you in court: We’re suing to protect orcas

By Dyna Tuytel, Eco Justice
2018 09 05

Conservation groups file lawsuit to protect endangered killer whales

By Hina Alam, National Post
2018 09 05

NRDC Files Lawsuit in Canada for Southern Resident Whales

By Michael Jasny, NRDC
2018 09 05

Conservation groups file lawsuit to protect endangered orcas

By Emily Lazatin, Global News
2018 09 05

A Steady Judicial Tune Resonates Uncertainty: Federal Court of Appeal Orders Canada to Re-Consult on Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project Approvals

By Dennis P. Langen, Leland P. Corbett, Vincent M. Light & Gordon Masson, Stikeman Elliott
2018 09 05

Elizabeth explains the Federal Court of Appeal ruling on Kinder Morgan

By Elizabeth May, Elizabeth May
2018 09 04

Court’s pipeline decision underscores plight of whales

By Wendy Stueck & Ian Bailey, The Globe and Mail
2018 09 02

‘The whales have a big voice’: Suffering orcas made a persuasive case against Trans Mountain

By Wanyee Li, The Hamilton Spectator
2018 09 02

Articles from August 2018

Federal Court of Appeal stops Trans Mountain pipeline in its tracks

By Elizabeth Perry, Work and Climate Change Report
2018 08 31

‘A critical win’ – Ecojustice, Living Oceans Society, Raincoast Conservation Foundation celebrate Trans Mountain ruling

By Eco Justice, Eco Justice
2018 08 30

Advocates worried Trans Mountain was a threat to orcas. It was the other way around

By Simon Little & Linda Aylesworth, Global News
2018 08 30

Tsleil-Waututh Nation versus Bill Morneau, the duty to consult, and the public interest

By Sherwin Arnott, Sherwin Arnott
2018 08 30

Federal court quashes Trans Mountain approval

By Matthew Parizot, CIM Magazine
2018 08 30

Court rejects pipeline expansion — a ‘huge day for Victoria’

By Laura Kane, Times Colonist
2018 08 30

Federal Court of Appeal quashes approval of Trans Mountain expansion

By Canadian Press, The London Free Press
2018 08 30

First Nations, stakeholders, react to court’s decision to void Trans Mountain pipeline

By Emma Paling, The Discourse
2018 08 30

Ottawa loses key Trans Mountain court case, but pushes ahead with pipeline

By Laura Kane, Financial Post
2018 08 30

New National Energy Board rules could fix ‘critical error’ to protect B.C. coast, whales

By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
2018 08 30

Court Overturns Kinder Morgan Pipeline Approval; Project Future Questioned

By Alastair Spriggs, The Tyee
2018 08 30

Federal Court of Appeal Could Cancel Pipeline

By Coast Protectors, Coast Protectors
2018 08 29

B.C.’s Approach to Wildlife Management Needs Major Ethical Reform

By Faisal Moola, Kyle Artelle, Paul Paquet, Chris Genovali & Chris Darimont, University of Guelph
2018 08 27

B.C.’s approach to wildlife management needs major ethical reform

By Kyle Artelle, Paul Paquet, Faisal Moola, Chris Genovali & Chris Darimont, The Globe and Mail
2018 08 24

Environmental groups call for closure of chinook fisheries to preserve endangered southern resident orcas

By Charlie Smith, The Georgia Straight
2018 08 17

How to Save a Grizzly Bear from Hunters. Maybe.

By Christopher Solomon, Outside
2018 08 16

Environmental groups call for closure of Chinook salmon fishery to help save whales

By Ainslie Cruickshank, The Star
2018 08 16

The Great Bear Rainforest

By Lauren Eckert, National Geographic
2018 08 16

Of Coastal Carnivores and Conservation

By National Geographic, National Geographic
2018 08 16

‘The Art of Conservation’ Celebrates, Safeguards British Columbia’s Wild

By Yasmine Shemesh, Beat Route
2018 08 10

Oil spill would spell disaster for Fraser River salmon: Raincoast

By Graeme Wood, Richmond News
2018 08 09

Trans Mountain expansion increases spill threat for Fraser River salmon: report

By Kelvin Gawley, Burnaby Now
2018 08 09

Grieving mother highlights crisis for Southern Resident killer whales

By Dyna Tuytel, The Narwhal
2018 08 02

Articles from July 2018

Sea Wolves

By Susan McGrath, Susan McGrath
2018 07

The art of conservation

By Guthrie Gloag, Guthrie Gloag
2018 07

Proceedings at Interdisciplinary Approaches to Managing Health of Fish and Wildlife

By CMIAE, Columbia Mountains Institute of Applied Ecology
2018 07

Report concludes risk of a Trans Mt. spill is too high for struggling salmon populations

By CFAX-1070, CFAX-1070
2018 07 31

Southern Resident Killer Whale: imminent threat assessment

ByGovernment of Canada, Government of Canada
2018 07 30

Trans Mountain spill would put struggling Fraser River salmon at risk

By Ainslie Cruickshank, The Star
2018 07 30

Canada news headlines on A Socialist In Canada, July 2018 to end December 2018

By Roger Annis, A Socialist in Canada
2018 07 29

Summertime Blues – TransMountain

By Rick Sloan, Severely Normal Albertan
2018 07 27

This is why wolves really matter

By Caroline Barlott, Cottage Life
2018 07 26

#Racist, #colonialist #SaskParty dog-whistling

By Bernadette Wagner, The Regina Mom
2018 07 19

Beavers gnaw way toward wolf, grizzly & economic recovery in the Cascades

By Merritt Clifton, Animals 24-7
2018 07 18

The Art of Conservation 2018 Exhibition

By Di Gloag, Art by Di
2018 07 11

Orca Transit While Humpacks Move into Inlets

By Susan Mackay, Whales and Dolphins BC
2018 07 10

Whale watch body wants closer access to other orcas as feds set 200-metre limit

By Dirk Meissner, National Observer
2018 07 09

New show at Cove Commons celebrates the art of conservation

By Guthrie Gloag, Bowen Island Undercurrent
2018 07 08

Whale watching group wants closer access to other orcas as feds set 200-metre limit

By Dirk Meissner, CBC
2018 07 08

Whale watch body wants closer access to other orcas as feds set 200-metre limit

By The Canadian Press, 100 Mile Free Press
2018 07 07

Summer-long marine survey off B.C. coast the largest of its kind

By Hugo Wong, The Abbotsford News
2018 07 05

Summer-long marine survey off B.C. coast the largest of its kind

By Hugo Wong, Terrace Standard
2018 07 05

Team to study marine mammals off B.C. in largest such survey ever

By Katie DeRosa, Times Colonist
2018 07 04

Team to study marine mammals off B.C. in largest such survey ever

By Katie DeRosa, Vancouver Courier
2018 07 04

What is Lost and Found on the Fraser River

By Courtney L. Sexton & Michael O. Snyder , Sage
2018 07 01

Articles from June 2018

Nomination for the 2018 Ian McTaggart-Cowan Outstanding Naturalist Award – Peter B. McAllister

By Kathleen Maser & Kees Visser , Oystercatcher
2018 06

Island Voices: Orcas still await real action

By Misty MacDuffee & Jeffery Young, Times Colonist
2018 06 30

Principal’s June 2018 newsletter

By Cristina Toporas, Adam Beck Parents
2018 06 28

We Give Back #WildlifeConservation

By Cultura Brand Studio, Cultura Brand Studio
2018 06 27

Salish Sea orcas need immediate actions to survive

By Jeffery Young & Misty MacDuffee, David Suzuki Foundation
2018 06 26

Ottawa pledges to preserve and restore B.C.’s southern resident orca and other endangered whale populations

By Travis Lupick, The Georgia Straight
2018 06 25

Oil pipeline approval also generates Federal initiatives to protect and restore B.C.’s coast

By R. Bruce Striegler, Canadian Sailings
2018 06 25

Misty MacDuffee and Jeffery Young: Endangered killer whales still await sufficient action

By Misty MacDuffee & Jeffery Young, Vancouver Sun
2018 06 25

Column: Young champions of food security

By Sarah Drewery, Richmond News
2018 06 24

New federal marine measures too little, too late for Crewser the killer whale

By Ainslie Cruickshank, The Star
2018 06 22

New federal marine measures too little, too late for Crewser the killer whale

By Ainslie Cruickshank, The Star
2018 06 22

The view from Taxpayer Mountain

By Eugene Kung, West Coast Environmental Law
2018 06 20

A Letter to Washington State Governor Jay Inslee In Regards to Defending Science-Based Salmon Recovery Policy

By Megan Adams & Misty Macduffee & others, Wild Fish Conservancy
2018 06 19

1% for the planet

By Mike Child, Sidney Whale Watching
2018 06 18

Orca Whale ‘Crewser’ Presumed Dead as Population Reaches Its Lowest Point Since 1984

By Olivia Rosane, Eco Watch
2018 06 18

Canadian Oil Pipeline Could Drive Famous Puget Sound Whales to Extinction

By Lindsay Kneteman, Gizmodo
2018 06 15

Mammals turn to night life to avoid people

By Giorgia Guglielmi, Nature
2018 06 14

Humans are Making Mammals Return to the Night Life

By Ashley Yeager, The Scientist
2018 06 14

Protecting Canada’s wildlife

By Becky, Canadian Affair
2018 06 13

Feds Invest in Coastal Habitat & Post Conservation Successes

By Todd Westcott, Water Canada
2018 06 11

DFO announces funds for Fraser River salmon habitat restoration

By Graeme Wood, Richmond News
2018 06 09

Restoring estuary connectivity on the Fraser River estuary delta of British Columbia

By Revitalization, Revitalization
2018 06 09

Herring Fertilize the Coast, One Spawn at a Time

By Christopher Pollon, Hakai Magazine
2018 06 07

Natural re-colonization and admixture of wolves (Canis lupus) in the US Pacific Northwest: challenges for the protection and management of rare and endangered taxa.

By Paul Paquet, Chris Darimont & others, NCBI
2018 06 07

Second reading of Bill C-48, An Act respecting the regulation of vessels that transport crude oil or persistent oil to or from ports or marine installations located along British Columbia’s north coast

By Liberal Senate Forum, Liberal Senate Forum
2018 06 06

Shipyard. Spring 2019

By Ross, Mothership Adventures
2018 06 06

Help Misty protect endangered orcas

By Margot Venton, Eco Justice
2018 06 05

Coastal Carnivores of the Great Bear Rainforest

By Ilona Mihalik, Applied Conservation Science Lab
2018 06 05

Do Conservation Strategies Need to Be More Compassionate?

By Brandon Keim, Yale 360
2018 06 04

We’re about to connect the people and places across Canada

By Directly Affected, Directly Affected
2018 06 04

Is Trans Mountain worth the risk?

By Barry Gerding, Yukon News
2018 06 02

Articles from May 2018

The Pencil Art of Kevin Johnson

By Kevin Johnson, Art Guy Kevin
2018 05

Spectacular By Nature

By John Lee, John Lee Writer
2018 05

Courage in Action

By Eco Justice, Eco Justice Victories Report
2018 05

Carbon Neutral Action Report

By Capilano University, Capilano University
2018 05 31

Fishing ban a ‘devastating blow’ for Sooke

By Kevin Laird, Victoria News
2018 05 31

Chief Bob Chamberlin says Trudeau’s Kinder Morgan deal was ‘shameful’

By Dylan Waisman, National Observer
2018 05 30

Raincoast Research Chair in Applied Conservation Science

By Social Sciences, UVic News
2018 05 30

Feds to spend $4.5 billion to buy Trans Mountain pipeline, B.C. terminal

By Stephanie Ip & Rob Shaw, Vancouver Sun
2018 05 30

Ochre Wolf

By Steve W. Photography, Steve Williamson Wildlife Photography
2018 05 28

Trans Mountain pipeline: Is it worth the risk?

By Barry Gerding, Kelowna Capital News
2018 05 27

Groups applaud feds’ fisheries announcement, renew call for killer whale emergency order

By Eco Justice, Eco Justice
2018 05 24

Wonders of wildlife

By Casey Halter, End Gadget
2018 05 22

Island Voices: Crude-oil tankers are a killer for whales

By Chris Genovali, Misty MacDuffee & Paul C. Paquet, Times Colonist
2018 05 20

Management Plan for the Pacific Harbour Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) in Canada

By Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Species at Risk Public Registry
2018 05 19

Trophy Hunting: Confronting the Elephant (Head) in the Room

By Marc Bekoff, Psychology Today
2018 05 13

Researchers question conservation community’s acceptance of trophy hunting

By Oregon State University, Science Daily
2018 05 11

The North American Wildlife Model is a Crime Against Nature

By Patricia Randolph, Wyoming Untrapped
2018 05 06

Articles from April 2018

Fraser River Watershed & BC Salmon

By Dave Scott, Vancouver Naturalist
2018 04

The Grizzly Times Podcast Episode 25: Chris Genovali

By Luisa Wilcox, The Grizzly Times
2018 04

Video: John Hart Dam replacement project edging closer to completion

By Staff, Campbell River Mirror
2018 04 27

The Real Reason Canada is in Crisis Over the Kinder Morgan Pipeline

By Emma Gilchrist, The Narwhal
2018 04 25

The Myth of Science-Based Wildlife Management

By Kyle A. Artelle, The Tyee
2018 04 24

On the hunt for science in ‘science-based’ hunts

By Kyle A. Artelle, The Weather Network
2018 04 23

On the hunt for science in ‘science-based’ hunts

By Kyle A. Artelle, The Conversation
2018 04 19

The cult of hunting and its timely demise

By David Mattson, Grizzly Times
2018 04 19

Spectacular by Nature

By John Lee, On Board Magazine
2018 04 17

Oil, Kinder Morgan, and the Future of the Northwest Coast

By Chris Genovali, Misty MacDuffee, and Paul C. Paquet, Institute for Critical Heritage and Tourism
2018 04 16

Genovali: Kinder Morgan case ignores fragility of the B.C. coast

By Chris Genovali, Misty MacDuffee & Paul C. Paquet, Ottawa Citizen
2018 04 16

Genovali: Kinder Morgan case ignores fragility of the B.C. coast

By Chris Genovali, Misty MacDuffee & Paul C. Paquet, Vancouver Sun
2018 04 16

Comment: Raising the bar on fisheries certification and sustainably harvested salmon

By Chris Genovali, Times Colonist
2018 04 15

The Value of a Bear

By Gloria Dickie, The Walrus
2018 04 13

Inside and outside the courts, Indigenous peoples are leading the charge against Kinder Morgan

By Devon Page, Eco Justice
2018 04 12

These Rare Wolves Live Almost Entirely Off the Ocean

By Kate Morgan, Roaring Earth
2018 04 12

Ottawa undertakes massive cetacean survey off B.C. coast to ensure continued fish exports to U.S.

By Laura Pynn, Vancouver Sun
2018 04 11

Seeking the Science Behind B.C.’s Wolf Cull

By Judith Lavoie, The Narwhal
2018 04 05

New fine for unreported grizzly bear parts in B.C. not high enough: Conservationist

By Michelle Morton, Global News
2018 04 04

Management options that address cumulative effects and aid recovery of SRKW

By Misty MacDuffee, Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference
2018 04 04

The Great Bear Rainforest

By Eric Sambol, Conjour
2018 04 04

B.C. strengthens grizzly bear hunting ban with new regulations

By Clare Hennig, CBC News
2018 04 03

New grizzly bear hunting regulations take effect to strengthen ban

By Gregor Craigie, CBC Radio
2018 04 03

Articles from March 2018

Trophy Hunting Harms Grizzly Bears

By David Mattson, Grizzly Times
2018 03 30

Paper questions use of science in wildlife management

By Julia John, The Wildlife Society
2018 03 30

Does Science Really Guide the Way We Manage Wildlife?

By Jason Daley, Sierra
2018 03 26

Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all

By Staff, Post Online Media
2018 03 26

New ways of fishing could better protect endangered salmon

By Christoper Dunagan, Kitsap Sun
2018 03 25

Criteria for a good catch: A conceptual framework to guide sourcing of sustainable salmon fisheries

By Nick Gayeski, Misty MacDuffee & Jack A. Stanford, Facets Journal
2018 03 19

NDP government does ‘right thing’ and kills food hunt of B.C. grizzly bears

By Larry Pynn, Vancouver Sun
2018 03 19

Canada Pledges $12 Million to Research Endangered Killer Whales, But Critics Say Urgent Action Still Needed

By Jimmy Thomson, The Narwhal
2018 03 16

Feds give B.C. groups $12.2 million to study endangered killer whales

By Saša Lakić , Vancouver Courier
2018 03 15

Activist Court Support: Kinder Morgan wants permanent ban on protesting of pipeline expansion project

By Billie Pierre, The Media Co-op
2018 03 15

Journey to the Heart of the Great Bear Rainforest

By Paul Koberstein, Cascadia Times
2018 03 14

Unscientific Hunt Management Plans

By AC, Science
2018 03 09

Is the Trans Mountain pipeline really an ocean-murdering hellspawn like B.C. says it is?

By Tristin Hopper, National Post
2018 03 09

Study finds dearth of ‘fundamental science’ in wildlife management

By Terry Haig, Radio Canada International
2018 03 08

Study Questions Science Behind Hunting Management Plans

By Nathan Rott, NPR
2018 03 08

Salmon Confidential Revealed

By Katherine Allaby, Mary Acatrinei & Nikhel Aryal, University of Waterloo
2018 03 08

Is North American Wildlife Management Science-Based?

By Christopher Solomon, Outside
2018 03 08

As It Happens: Thursday Edition – Wildlife Management/h3>

By Staff, CBC Radio
2018 03 08

Science Behind Hunting Quotas Unavailable: Study

By Ruth Williams, The Scientist
2018 03 07

How Much Science Behind Natural Resource Management?

By The Canadian Press, Institute for Critical Heritage and Tourism
2018 03 07

Do US and Canadian governments base their hunt management plans on science?

By Kyle A. Artelle, EurekAlert
2018 03 07

Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all

By Justin Wong, SFU News
2018 03 07

Most Hunt Management Plans Aren’t Based in Science

By Lisa Cumming, Vice
2018 03 07

Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all

By SFU, Science Daily
2018 03 07

Most wildlife management in Canada and U.S. lacks ‘fundamental’ science, study finds

By Alex Ballingall, The Star
2018 03 07

Study questions how much science governments use in wildlife management

By Bob Weber, Global News
2018 03 07

Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all

By Simon Fraser University, Phys.Org
2018 03 07

SFU Study queries how much science behind government wildlife management

By The Canadian Press, Vancouver Sun
2018 03 07

Study queries how much science behind government wildlife management

By Bob Weber, National Post
2018 03 07

Hallmarks of science missing from North American wildlife management

By Kyle A. Artelle, John D. Reynolds, Adrian Treves, Jessica C. Walsh, Paul C. Paquet & Chris T. Darimont, Science Advances
2018 03 07

Wildlife officers looking for hunter who left cougar carcass near Cochrane

By Canadian Press, Calgary Herald
2018 03 05

Conservationists call on minister to issue emergency order to save killer whales

By The Canadian Press, National Observer
2018 03 05

Alberta wildlife officers looking for hunter who left cougar carcass behind

By The Canadian Press, City News
2018 03 04

Did you lose a cougar carcass? Wildlife officers in Alberta want a word with you

By The Canadian Press, National Post
2018 03 04

Advocates call for emergency order to save orcas ahead of fishing season

By The Canadian Press, CTV News
2018 03 02

Conservationists call for emergency order to save B.C.’s killer whales

By The Canadian Press, CBC
2018 03 02

Conservationists want emergency order to save killer whales off B.C. coast

By The Canadian Press, The Star
2018 03 02

Community-based wildlife conservation is bringing success to Tanzania

By Derek E. Lee, The Conversation
2018 03 01

Un navire de la marine canadienne déverse 30 000 litres de carburant en pleine mer

By Staff, Actu Nautique
2018 03 01

Unique outdoor education coming to Ucluelet

By Andrew Bailey, Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News
2018 03 01

Articles from February 2018

Canada : un navire de la Marine royale déverse 30 000 litres de fuel dans la mer

By Camille Hazard, Paris Match
2018 02 27

No fish zones eyed to save killer whales along south coast

By Kevin Laird, Sooke News Mirror
2018 02 26

No fish zones eyed to save killer whales along south coast

By Kevin Laird Victoria News
2018 02 26

Sail Coastal BC with Raincoast Conservation Foundation

By Donald Lovegrove, BritishColumbia.Com
2018 02 21

Dena Seiferling, “Cat’s in the Cradle”

By Creeping Museum, Creeping Museum
2018 02 20

Comment: NEB’s failure on pipeline haunts us still

By Chris Genovali & Paul C.Paquet, Times Colonist
2018 02 18

Opinion: B.C. steps up where National Energy Board failed

By Chris Genovali & Paul C.Paquet, Edmonton Journal
2018 02 16

Martyn Brown: Grab your ankles, B.C.—Trudeau’s got Dominion

By Martyn Brown, The Georgia Straight
2018 02 10

Martyn Brown: Rachel Notley’s days of whine and poses

By Martyn Brown, The Georgia Straight
2018 02 07

Martyn Brown: Losing it like Trudeau in British Columbia

By Martyn Brown, The Georgia Straight
2018 02 05

Opinion: Political populations’ plague wildlife management

By Chris Genovali, Vancouver Sun
2018 02 04

Articles from January 2018

‘There Isn’t Time’: Endangered Orcas Need Emergency Intervention, Coalition Tells Ottawa

By Jimmy Thomson, The Narwhal
2018 01 31

Saving Southern Resident Killer Whales

By Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard, Ocean Wise Aqua Blog
2018 01 30

Environmental groups call for emergency government intervention to protect Southern resident orca whales

By Travis Lupick, The Georgia Straight
2018 01 30

Scientists on “political populations” of large carnivores

By Social Sciences, UVic News
2018 01 24

Wildlife politics: a numbers game

By Anne MacLaurin, UVic News
2018 01 24

How Canada is Driving Its Endangered Species to the Brink of Extinction

By Emma Gilchrist, The Narwhal
2018 01 24

Hunters: To protect our social licence, we have to stop killing animals we don’t eat

By Chris Darimont, The Globe and Mail
2018 01 23

Comment: Anecdotes, guesses no justification for killing wolves

By Chris Genovali & Paul C. Paquet, Times Colonist
2018 01 19

BC Government reverses policy; issues total ban on grizzly bear hunting

By Caitlin Thompson, Coast Mountain News
2018 01 08

Alberta cougar hunt sparks debate among scientists, hunters and activists

By Colette Derworiz, The Globe and Mail
2018 01 07

Cougar hunt in Alberta sparks debate among scientists, hunters and activists

By Colette Derworiz, CBC
2018 01 07

Cougar hunt sparks debate among scientists, hunters and activists

By The Canadian Press, Vancouver Sun
2018 01 07

After Nearly 2 Decades Meet Rare Sea Wolves Who Eat Seafood And Swim For Hours

By Staff, TwoEggz
2018 01 07

La chasse au cougars provoque un débat sur les trophées de chasse en Alberta

By Colette Derworiz, L’actualité
2018 01 07

B.C. conservation groups seek emergency protection for southern resident killer whales

By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
2018 01 03

Σάλος στον Καναδά για παρουσιαστή που σκότωσε κούγκαρ – Δημόσια διαμάχη για την ηθική του κυνηγιού Πηγή

By Staff, Lifo
2018 01 01

Artist-activist Mark Hobson receives conservation artist award

By Erin Linn McMulla, Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News
2018 01 09

Les cougars provoque un débat sur les trophées de chasse en Alberta

By The Canadian Press, Rendez-Vous Nature
2018 01 08

La mort d’un cougar relance le débat sur la cruauté de la chasse/

By Canadian Press, Acadien Nouvelle
2018 01 08

Tufted Puffins: Arrivals Lounge, Coronation Island, Alaska

By Mark Hobson, Artists for Conservation
2018 01 01

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