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Tracking Raincoast into 2021

The cover of Tracking Raincoast into 2021 over top of a photo of a spirit bear with a salmon in their mouth.

Like everyone else in 2020, we have had to adapt and explore our own resilience. From pausing multi-year field research programs, cancelling youth education and our usual travel throughout the coast, COVID has disrupted much. Yet we are grateful to have our health and play our part in protecting and supporting the communities, businesses, and individuals we work with…

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Thank you for joining our Kitlope webinar

A bear stands on their hind legs with some grass hanging out of their mouth, and a landscape photo of the Kitlope floats in the corner.

We’ve published the webinar video to our Youtube channel in case you want to watch it again or share it with a friend or network. The campaign video we played at the beginning of the webinar is also online if you want to watch it again…

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A gift to end commercial trophy hunting of coastal carnivores

A wolf trots across the eel grass in the estuary.

#GivingTuesday is a global movement of generosity that has a huge impact on smaller charitable organizations like Raincoast. Raincoast is funded by donations from people like you and those donations allow us to continue our work of protecting the wildlife of BC’s coast, the Salish Sea, Great Bear Rainforest and beyond. 100% of your donations […]

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Stories from the Magic Canoe – An Update on the Kitlope Tenure

Bob McDonald sits on stage with Briony Penn, Brian Falconer, and

Last Thursday, Raincoast hosted a sold out event in Victoria about the legacy of the Kitlope and Xenaxiala elder, Cecil Paul. Cecil was the last person born in the Kitlope and led the efforts to protect the Kitlope from extractive industries. Although Cecil could not join us, we were privileged to be joined by three […]

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Stories from the Magic Canoe, Victoria on November 21st

Stories From the Magic Canoe of Wa'xaid, by Cecil Paul.

This November we are inviting you to an evening conversation with author Briony Penn, Raincoast’s Brian Falconer, and photographer Alex Harris, hosted by CBC’s Bob McDonald. They’ll share stories about one of North America’s most important Indigenous leaders, Wa’xaid, Cecil Paul and the watershed he helped protect. Find this event on Facebook. November 21st, UVic […]

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