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Raincoast blog is the place to keep informed about the work we’re doing in the field, on Achiever, in the lab, and with public.


Keeping us afloat

Mango as illustrated by Allyah Starr, Bella Bella Community School

Published on 2016.09.27 | by Raincoast | in Raincoast Blog

After more than a decade of facilitating Raincoast’s research, Mango, our reliable speed boat, needs to be replaced. Can you help?

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We can make a difference for killer whales

Killer Whale in the Pacific

Published on 2016.07.08 | by Raincoast | in Raincoast Blog

With your support, we can continue to do our utmost to protect Southern Resident killer whales, including going to court to stop Kinder Morgan’s pipeline and oil tanker project.

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Will hatchery Chinook reared in net pens actually help killer whales? Probably not

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Published on 2016.07.01 | by Misty MacDuffee | in Raincoast Blog

There is also no evidence that enhancing late-timed Chinook from Nitinat hatchery will help Southern Resident killer whales…

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Raincoast files its final arguments to the NEB

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Published on 2016.01.12 | by Raincoast | in Oil free coast, Raincoast Blog

Raincoast has filed our final arguments in the National Energy Board’s review of Kinder Morgan’s proposed Trans Mountain expansion…

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Province extends public consultation on Peace Region grizzly & wolf hunt proposals

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Published on 2016.01.08 | by Raincoast | in Raincoast Blog

Public consultation on expanded grizzly and wolf hunts in the Peace Region has been extended until January 31, 2016…

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Tracking Raincoast into 2016

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Published on 2015.12.22 | by Raincoast | in Raincoast Blog

2016 marks Raincoast’s 20th anniversary. Check out our special edition of Tracking Raincoast into 2016…

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Action dispels despair: Turning the tide

Raincoaster Nathalie Chambers in a canoe.

Published on 2015.08.08 | by Raincoast | in Raincoast Blog

Join Raincoast’s Nathalie Chambers and Lori Waters for the 2015 Peoples Paddle for the Salish Sea…

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Hats off to a great Heiltsuk bear research crew!

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Published on 2015.06.09 | by Kyle Artelle | in Raincoast Blog

We’re nearing the end of our spring research season for the Heiltsuk node of the Coastal Bear Working Group, and what a year it’s been…

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Raincoast files NEB evidence on wildlife impacts from proposed Trans Mountain project

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Published on 2015.05.30 | by Raincoast | in Raincoast Blog

On May 27 Raincoast filed four submissions to the NEB on our concerns regarding Kinder Morgan’s proposed Trans Mountain Expansion…

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