Raincoast speaks with CBC about province’s wildlife killing in the Peace

Province plans to triple number of grizzlies killed and unlimited wolf killing for the Peace Region

Raincoast’s Director of Science, Dr. Chris Darimont, speaks with CBC Radio West host Rebecca Zandbergen about the BC government’s proposal to triple the number of grizzly bears killed in the Peace Region and launch unlimited killing of wolves.

 

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