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Join us for the Vancouver launch of our new photography show

A grizzly bear stands on a river bank looking down, with mist and clouds floating behind it in the Great Bear Rainforest.

Published on 2018.10.17 | by Brian Falconer, Guide Outfitter Coordinator | in Events

A little over a week ago I was sitting in the magnificent estuary of the Khutze River, watching a grizzly bear mom with her three spring cubs, and scanning the estuary for wolves. I was sharing this place with others who are passionate about protecting the wildlife that calls this place home. I feel an […]

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Join us at the Karen Cooper Gallery on Granville Island

The warm interior lights and beautiful images of the Karen Cooper Gallery show through the evening darkness on Granville Island.

Published on 2018.10.15 | by Ross Dixon, Communications & Development Director | in Events

On the 23rd of October we launch the One Shot for Coastal Carnivores exhibit in Vancouver. Contributing photographer Karen Cooper will be hosting us at her gallery on Granville Island. The video below gives you a sense of both Karen’s work and the first space in which you’ll be able to view conservation photography from […]

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Unique wildlife photography collection coming this fall

A wolf walks across the eel grass in the intertidal zone.

Published on 2018.10.04 | by Raincoast | in Events

From Victoria to Whistler we have set-up a range of viewings, sponsorship opportunities and public events. We have contributions from a fantastic range of photographers, some of whom have spent their entire lives on the coast of British Columbia, dedicated to telling its stories…

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Safeguard Coastal Carnivores with Patagonia Vancouver, August 9

A bear stands ready: poster for a Safeguard Coastal Carnivores event in Vancouver

Published on 2018.08.06 | by Raincoast | in Events

The Raincoast Conservation Foundation and Coastal First Nations are working together to help end the trophy hunting of all large carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest. We have already acquired the trophy hunting rights in approximately 30,000 square kilometres of BC’s Great Bear Rainforest, permanently ending commercial trophy hunting of grizzlies, black bears (some of […]

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BC Bear Day, April 7, Capilano University

BC Bear Day 2018, April 7

Published on 2018.04.05 | by Raincoast | in Events

Come celebrate BC Bear Day this Saturday. Raincoast and its partners are hosting a free family friendly event for the community to learn more about bears. Join us this Saturday, April 7th from 1:00 to 4:00pm…

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30th Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference in Seattle

A clear day at Turn Point, on the Salish Sea.

Published on 2018.04.02 | by Raincoast | in Events

This week Raincoast will join hundreds of scientists, First Nations and tribal government representatives, policy makers, community members and conservationists at the 30th Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, in Seattle. As the largest and most comprehensive conference focused on the Salish Sea, the event is an important opportunity to progress this years theme: Ecosystem Recovery in an International Transboundary System…

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Live performances by musician Luke Wallace

Luke Wallace events coming up in Tofino and sidney on behalf of Safeguard Coastal Carnivores campaign.

Published on 2018.03.06 | by Raincoast | in Events

Join Raincoast and Musican Luke Wallace for a series of events in support of Raincoast’s campaign to safeguard Coastal Carnivores. It’s now time to permanently end commercial trophy hunting of all large carnivores in the Great Bear Rainforest. Join us in Sidney on March 22nd and in Tofino on March 23rd…

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What next for coastal carnivore conservation?

Achiever rests in the water, while a bear sniffs the air in the foreground on an outcropping of land.

Published on 2018.01.29 | by Ross Dixon, Communications & Development Director | in Events

In Victoria and Vancouver: We have teamed up with renowned wildlife photographer John E Marriott to present an evening of Tall Tales, Long Lenses and Wildlife Conservation. Don’t miss it…

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Events: Tall Tales, Long Lenses and Wildlife Conservation with John E. Marriott

Tall Tales, Long Lenses, Book cover by John E. Marriot

Published on 2018.01.26 | by Ross Dixon, Communications & Development Director | in Events

Join renowned wildlife photographer John E. Marriott and the Raincoast Conservation Foundation for an evening of inspiring stories about BC’s wildlife and its conservation. February 20th and 21st in Victoria and Vancouver, John will share stories and photographs from his latest book…

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