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Unique wildlife photography collection coming this fall

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

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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We can end commercial trophy hunting in the Nadeea tenure

A grizzly bear stands in the neck and head deep fireweed, sniffing the air.

In the world we currently live in, it is such a rare opportunity to have a direct, tangible, positive impact. It can be excruciatingly difficult to know whether or not you are making a positive change. When you’re just one person, the world often seems so big, and the problems in it so insurmountable, that […]

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Angela Gnyp: A wilderness artist down under

When I first found out about Raincoast’s goal to buy up the commercial hunting territories in 2013, it was something I couldn’t ignore. So, on discovering the opportunity to fundraise for the Safeguarding Coastal Carnivores campaign earlier this year, I knew I had to sign up…

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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

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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Giordano Corlazzoli: Running for Coastal Carnivores

Giordano Corlazzoli and his parents stand together after a marathon.

The planned route for my run takes me over 500 kilometers from Port Hardy to Victoria, traveling along the Old Island Highway when possible. I will be running about a marathon’s distance a day, with the actual daily distance varying from as little as 32 km, to as much as…

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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.

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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