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Raincoast in the news, 2018


Articles from January 2018

‘There Isn’t Time’: Endangered Orcas Need Emergency Intervention, Coalition Tells Ottawa

By Jimmy Thomson, The Narwhal
2018 01 31

B.C. conservation groups seek emergency protection for southern resident killer whales

By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
2018 01 30

Saving Southern Resident Killer Whales

By Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard, Aqua Blog
2018 01 30

Environmental groups call for emergency government intervention to protect Southern resident orca whales

By Travis Lupick, The Georgia Straight
2018 01 30

How Canada is Driving Its Endangered Species to the Brink of Extinction

By Emma Gilchrist, The Narwhal
2018 01 24

Wildlife politics: a numbers game

By Anne MacLaurin, UVic News
2018 01 24

Scientists on “political populations” of large carnivores

By UVic News
2018 01 24

Hunters: To protect our social licence, we have to stop killing animals we don’t eat

By Chris Darimont, Globe and Mail
2018 01 23

Comment: Anecdotes, guesses no justification for killing wolves

By Chris Genovali and Paul C. Paquet, Times Colonist
2018 01 19

Artist-activist Mark Hobson receives conservation artist award

By Erin Linn Mcmullan, Westerly News
2018 01 09

Les cougars provoque un débat sur les trophées de chasse en Alberta

By Rendez-vous Nature
2018 01 08

BC Government reverses policy; issues total ban on grizzly bear hunting

By Caitlin Thompson, Coast Mountain News
2018 01 08

Διεθνή Σάλος στον Καναδά για παρουσιαστή που σκότωσε κούγκαρ – Δημόσια διαμάχη για την ηθική του κυνηγιού Πηγή

By Lifo
2018 01 08

La mort d´un cougar relance le debat sur la cruate de la chasse

By Acadie Nouvelle
2018 01 08

Cougar hunt in Alberta sparks debate among scientists, hunters and activists

By Colette Derworiz, CBC News
2018 01 07

Cougar hunt sparks debate among scientists, hunters and activists

By Vancouver Sun
2018 01 07

After Nearly 2 Decades Meet Rare Sea Wolves Who Eat Seafood And Swim For Hours

By Two eggz
2018 01 07

Alberta cougar hunt sparks debate among scientists, hunters and activists

By Colette Derworiz, Globe and Mail
2018 01 07

La chasse au cougars provoque un débat sur les tropées de chasse en alberta

By Colette Derworiz, The Canadian Press
2018 01 07

Articles from February 2018

Canada : un navire de la Marine royale déverse 30 000 litres de fuel dans la mer

By Camille Hazard, Paris Match
2018 02 27

No fish zones eyed to save killer whales along south coast

By Kevin Laird, Victoria News
2018 02 26

No fish zones eyed to save killer whales along south coast

By Kevin Laird,Sooke News Mirror
2018 02 26

Comment: NEB’s failure on pipeline haunts us still

By Chris Genovali and Paul C. Paquet, Times Colonist
2018 02 18

Opinion: B.C. steps up where National Energy Board failed

By Chris Genovali and Paul C. Paquet, Edmonton Journal
2018 02 16

Martyn Brown: Grab your ankles, B.C.—Trudeau’s got Dominion

By Martyn Brown, The Georgia Straight
2018 02 10

Martyn Brown: Rachel Notley’s days of whine and poses

By Martyn Brown, The Georgia Straight
2018 02 07

Martyn Brown: Losing it like Trudeau in British Columbia

By Martyn Brown, The Georgia Straight
2018 02 05

Opinion: Political populations’ plague wildlife management

By Chris Genovali, Vancouver Sun
2018 02 04

We Need Urgent Action to Save West Coast’s Beloved Killer Whales

By Alicia Graef, Care2
2018 02 01

Sail Coastal BC with Raincoast Conservation Foundation

By Nicholas Sinclair, British Columbia
2018 02

Articles from March 2018

Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all

By Post Online Media
2018 03 26

Does Science Really Guide the Way we Manage Wildlife?

By Jason Daley,Sierra Club BC
2018 03 26

Study finds dearth of ‘fundamental science’ in wildlife management

By Terry Haig, Radio Canada International
2018 03 08

Wildlife Management

By Carol Off and Jeff Douglas, As It Happens: CBC Radio
2018 03 08

Study Questions Science Behind Hunting Management Plans

By Nathan Rott, National Public Radio
2018 03 08

Is North American Wildlife Management Science-Based?

By Christopher Solomon, Outside Online
2018 03 08

Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all

By Science Daily
2018 03 07

SFU study queries how much science behind government wildlife management

By Vancouver Sun
2018 03 07

Study queries how much science behind government wildlife management

By The National Post
2018 03 07

Study questions how much science governments use in wildlife management

By Bob Weber, Global News
2018 03 07

Science Behind Hunting Quotas Unavailable: Study

By Ruth Williams, The Scientist
2018 03 07

Most wildlife management in Canada and U.S. lacks ‘fundamental’ science, study finds

By Alex Ballingall, The Star
2018 03 07

How Much Science Behind Natural Resource Management?

By Institute for Critical Heritage and Tourism
2018 03 07

Do US and Canadian governments base their hunt management plans on science?

By Eurek Alert
2018 03 07

Wildlife conservation in North America may not be science-based after all

By Phys Org
2018 03 07

Most Hunt Management Plans Aren’t Based in Science

By Lisa Cumming, Motherboard
2018 03 07

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