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Cougar stalking on cliff with waterfall behind.

Cougars: BC’s neglected carnivores

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In anticipation of a provincial management plan for cougars, Raincoast released the report on our neglected carnivore:

DFO seeks to undo important precedent for at-risk species

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 17, 2011VANCOUVER — Environmental groups vowed today to fight DFO’s appeal of a decisive and precedent-setting Federal Court ruling that declared that DFO must protect critical habitat of killer whales…

Legal victory offers hope for killer whales

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Media Release, December 7, 2010 Federal Court rules DFO failed to protect B.C. resident killer whale critical habitat. Conservation groups, represented by Ecojustice, have won a landmark decision…
Grizzly wades through water with salmon in its mouth

Salmon management should include wildlife

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As this year’s salmon head upstream, scientists have spawned a game-changing idea about how taking less salmon from the ocean might bring more benefits to ecosystems and economies…

Scientists call on Nova Scotia to Stop Coyote Bounty

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Astounding scientists and conservationists, Nova Scotia has declared a coyote bounty. Guised as a “pelt incentive plan” the bounty would provide $20 per coyote. But coyote bounties don’t work to control the population…

Feds sued over failure to protect killer whales

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Case could determine future of Canada’s at-risk species MEDIA RELEASE  June 15, 2010 VANCOUVER – Conservation groups, represented by Ecojustice, are back in Federal Court today after launching a lawsuit against Canada’s Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) over the protection of B.C.’s resident killer whales. If successful, the case will ensure stronger legal protection…