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Cabinet rejects request for an emergency order for endangered killer whales

Southern Resident killer whale, J50, looking emaciated in the Salish Sea.

Published on 2018.11.09 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

Last week the Canadian federal government announced its refusal to issue an emergency order to protect endangered Southern Resident killer whales under the Species at Risk Act, despite the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans’ recommendation to do so. Misty MacDuffee joined Adam Stirling on CFAX 1070 on Monday, November 5th to discuss these measures…

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Chris Genovali and Terry Moore on trophy hunting and the changing paradigm of “wildlife as commodity”

A black bear sits down in the river bank and sticks out it's tongue: Terry Moore and Chris Genovali.

Published on 2018.10.01 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

This summer Raincoast executive director Chris Genovali spoke with Terry Moore to discuss the problems with trophy hunting in BC and globally. We learned last week that Terry Moore passed away. Our sincere condolences to Terry’s family and to his colleagues at CFAX. We have deep respect for his body of work as a journalist […]

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Endangered species, decline of biodiversity, and more on Quirks and Quarks

Misty MacDuffee and Bob McDonald on the Fraser River.

Published on 2018.09.14 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

This episode of Quirks & Quarks explores pressing conservation issues facing endangered species…

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Interview: Southern Resident killer whales, fisheries, whale watching and the need for enforcement

Two Southern Resident killer whales in the Salish Sea, with CFAX logo and Misty MacDuffee in the foreground

Published on 2018.08.20 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

Last week, Raincoast Conservation Foundation and the David Suzuki Foundation made a joint call for action to save the Southern Resident killer whales. This call for action was made to the new Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Jonathan Wilkinson to immediately close recreational and commercial marine Chinook fisheries, to suspend all commercial and recreational whale […]

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Misty MacDuffee on CFAX 1070 on fishery closures, Chinook salmon and Southern Resident killer whales

The dead calf of J35 floats in the waters of the Salish Sea.

Published on 2018.07.31 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

Southern Resident killer whales need systemic solutions that reverse the increase in noise and interference with feeding, and that protect Chinook salmon populations. Listen to two prescient interviews that Misty MacDuffee, Wild Salmon Program Director with Raincoast Conservation Foundation, has given with CFAX 1070…

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Misty MacDuffee speaks with Adam Stirling about the death of L92

Misty MacDuffee at the head office of Raincoast in Sidney, with the CFAX logo.

Published on 2018.06.29 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

The federal government has made several announcements designed to reduce threats to Southern Resident killer whales. With the death of another killer whale (L92) last week, are we doing enough? Misty MacDuffee speaks with CFAX’s Adam Stirling about these issues…

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Misty MacDuffee speaks to lack of government action on Southern Resident killer whales

Misty MacDuffee stands in the rain explaining the risks to SRKWs.

Published on 2018.05.28 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

What is the Government of Canada doing to protect Southern Resident killer whales? Misty MacDuffee discusses how the overlapping risks to these whales have not been addressed as of May 2018, with host Adam Sterling at CFAX 1070

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New regulations take effect in BC to stop trophy hunt of grizzly bears: interview roundup

Chris Genovali with CBC, CFAX and Grizzly Podcast logos

Published on 2018.04.09 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

This is the first April 1st since 2001 that the trophy hunt of grizzly bears is illegal. It’s important for us to celebrate and recognize these important moments. There remain, however, important issues and challenges with the new regulations…

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Wildlife management isn’t rocket science (but it should still be other kinds of science)

Published on 2018.03.24 | by Raincoast | in Interviews

Do wildlife management policies in North America consistently rely on good evidence? Do management wildlife agencies commit to hallmarks of science in their methodologies? When governments defend hunting laws and regulations by touting science, should we accept their claims at face value? Listen to Carol Off and Kyle Artelle discuss…

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