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Opposition to trophy hunting overwhelming, poll finds amid grizzly debate

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Ninety-one per cent of British Columbians oppose trophy hunting, according to a new poll conducted by Insights West, and disdain for the practice runs equally high in rural areas of the province as it does in urban centres. The pollster found ... Read More

Clark defends grizzly bear hunt, says B.C.'s wildlife policies based on science

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After recently fending off criticism of British Columbia’s controversial wolf cull, Premier Christy Clark is now defending the fall grizzly bear hunt, too. “We aren’t contemplating any changes at the moment to the way we approach that,” Ms. Clark ... Read More

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Grizzly hunters see the writing on the wall

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Scott Ellis does not have a problem if a person wants to pay thousands of dollars for the opportunity to shoot a B.C. grizzly bear, chop off its head for mounting and leave its rotting corpse for animals to scavenge. “Does the bear care?” says Mr. ... Read More

NHL player Clayton Stoner, from Port McNeil BC, killed a grizzly bear, cut off his head, and posed for a photo. Image: AP

Ducks' Clayton Stoner Charged For Killing And Beheading Cheeky The Bear

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NHL player Clayton Stoner, then with the Minnesota Wild, traveled to British Columbia in May of 2013, killed a grizzly bear, cut off his head, and posed for a photo. That September, we declared him an enemy of Deadspin . Today, Stoner’s facing five ... Read More

I challenge B.C.’s premier to watch this grizzly bear video

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Gary Mason | There are images that hit the Internet that break our hearts. And there are those that make us furious. A new video making the rounds on social media is managing to do both – and the B.C. government should be alive to the backlash it is ... Read More

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B.C. First Nations to 'do whatever it takes' to stop grizzly bear trophy hunters

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First Nations along B.C.'s north and central coasts are vowing to do whatever it takes to enforce a ban on trophy grizzly bear hunting in their traditional territories. The Coastal First Nations alliance first announced the ban in 2012, but say that ... Read More

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Without license: many B.C. First Nations still oppose LNG

Related NewsAug 11, 2015

Cease and desist order issued In neighbouring Gitxsan, mere “test drilling” sites for pipelines have had hereditary chiefs serve TransCanada contractors with a “cease and desist” order in March to remove themselves within 24 hours. “I want it to be ... Read More

An existing BC salmon farm. Image Damien Gillis

Liberal govt issues 4 new salmon farm tenures on eve of BC Day

Related NewsAug 4, 2015

It was an unwelcome surprise on the eve of BC Day for critics of open net pen salmon farms: the Liberal government’s quiet doling out of four new tenures to the big three Norwegian aquaculture giants – Marine Harvest, Cermaq and Grieg Seafoods. ... Read More

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Wolf Advocates Stymied in Search for Cull Details

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Critics of the B.C. government's wolf cull say they've been stymied in their attempts to get detailed information about last winter's killing of 84 animals. "It's been a frustrating exercise," said Gary Allan, president of Wolf Awareness Inc. Allan ... Read More

TimberWest logging in the southern part of the Great Bear Rainforest. (Garth Lenz)

Report chides TimberWest over old trees in the Great Bear Rainforest

Related NewsJul 26, 2015

When the government of B.C. agreed in 2006 to protect the Great Bear Rainforest, it won widespread praise and the Gift to the Earth award from the World Wildlife Fund. The deal covered more than six million hectares of rugged coastal terrain that ... Read More