Paul Paquet

A wolf lies on a rocky beach in front of a beautiful pink and purple sunset.

A path to protection for BC’s wolves

Stqéyəʔ, the lone grey wolf, spent years living on an island near Victoria, BC. On leaving the island, he was relocated and shortly after, shot dead. The reason: simply because someone legally could, for recreation and a trophy. This remains …

Close up of a light brown wolf. It's face is in profile and lifted up, jaws open, eyes closed, howling.

BC government spends $2 million on wolf cull

The Narwhal published an article looking into the rationale (or lack thereof) of the BC government spending $2 million on killing wolves.

This past winter, the B.C. government spent almost $2 million to kill 463 wolves in the habitat of

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