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Misty MacDuffee explains the lethal consequences of oil spills, tanker traffic and pipelines

Misty MacDuffee looks over the front of a boat on the Lower Fraser River.

Published on 2017.08.11 | by Raincoast | in In the News

Hear Misty MacDuffee on CFAX 1070 with Pamela McCall discussing oil spill risks to marine mammal conservation including Southern Resident killer whales…

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Fish-eating bears are fitter bears

Published on 2017.06.28 | by Raincoast | in In the News

New research by scientists at Raincoast and UVic shows how the lives of salmon and bears in BC are inextricably linked and underlines the importance of ecosystem protection to keep both species healthy…

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Brian Falconer interview re: the politics of wildlife management

The view of the coast through the front window of a research vessel on the water.

Published on 2017.06.07 | by Sherwin Arnott | in In the News

Brian Falconer joined Pamela McCall on CFAX 1070 last week to discuss the proposal in March by MLA Steve Thomson, Minister of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations, to create a destructive new “wildlife agency”…

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‘These bears are worth more alive’: New eco-tours aim to end B.C.’s grizzly hunt

Brian Falconer gets interviewed by CTV beside the Achiever

Published on 2017.05.10 | by Raincoast | in In the News

A Victoria-based conservation group has B.C.’s grizzly hunt in its crosshairs – hoping a new type of eco-tour will help put an end to the controversial practice for good. The Raincoast Conservation Foundation is readying the 20-metre research vessel…

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BC Liberals publish campaign promise to “work towards” eliminating grizzly hunting in GBR

Published on 2017.04.11 | by Raincoast | in In the News

It appears that the BC Liberals have agreed to eliminate trophy hunting of coastal grizzlies. It’s a welcome development to have both parties supporting the call to end the grizzly hunt in the Great Bear Rainforest…

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Partnering for wolves, bears, and people

Great bears playing in the long grass on the central coast of BC.

Published on 2017.04.08 | by Raincoast | in In the News

People in Bella Bella, a Heiltsuk First Nation community of about 2,000 in the Great Bear, have known for a long time that there was a difference between swimming coastal wolves and wolves of the interior. But to wolf biologists outside Bella Bella, this sounded unusual…

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Roundhouse Radio 98.3 interview with Thomas Reissmann and Ross Dixon

Documentary, The Grizzly Truth: a scene in an inlet of the Great Bear Rainforest

Published on 2017.04.06 | by Raincoast | in In the News

Listen to Ross Dixon and Thomas Reissmann speak to the recent release of Reissmann’s important documentary, The Grizzly Truth, and the myths and facts surrounding the commercial trophy hunting of grizzly bears…

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Clark’s ‘5 Conditions’ Concealed Support For B.C. Oil Projects

Published on 2017.02.28 | by Chris Genovali, Executive Director | in Opinion Editorials

Chris Genovali / Huffington Post: To no one’s surprise the provincial government of British Columbia signed off on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain oil sands pipeline and supertanker project in the Salish Sea…

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Christy Clark’s ‘five conditions con’

Christy Clark at the World Economic Forum in India in 2011

Published on 2017.02.10 | by Chris Genovali, Executive Director | in Opinion Editorials

To no one’s surprise, the BC government has signed off on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain oil sands pipeline and supertanker project in the Salish Sea.

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