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CTV News January 25 2019
Pacific Wild in the News

January 2019

Herring Comox Valley Record (Jan 10) Comment in Times Colonist (Jan 10) Chek News (Jan 23) CityNews 1130 (Jan 24)

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IMAX

Ryan Reynolds to narrate the upcoming documentary GREAT BEAR RAINFOREST, a visually stunning journey to one of the last wild places on earth, to be released in select IMAX® and Giant Screen Theaters worldwide on February 15, 2019

    December 11, 2018, British Columbia, Canada – Byron Horner, Executive Producer andPresident of Spirit Bear Entertainment and distributor MacGillivray Freeman Films announcedtoday that Canadian actor Ryan Reynolds has signed on to narrate Great Bear Rainforest set inone of the planet’s most exquisite and secluded wildernesses. Hidden from the outside world, Canada’s Great Bear […]

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Marine Protection

Great Bear Live Part II: Looking Forward

This summer marked a new beginning for the Great Bear Sea Hydrophone Network. We deployed five Autonomous Multichannel Acoustic Recorders (AMAR G2s) around the Central Coast in Heiltsuk territory.

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Marine Protection

A History of Great Bear Live Part I

Many Pacific Wild followers and supporters learned about us, and about the Great Bear Rainforest, through Great Bear LIVE. Great Bear LIVE began in 2007, when we began experimenting with live-streaming video from hidden cameras in wolf and bear habitat. In those early years, we could not get the bandwidth to stream to the world […]

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Stories

Nine Reasons We Want Fish Farms out of B.C. Waters

On June 20th, twenty-two fish farms on the B.C. coast are up for tenure renewal, despite a growing resistance from First Nations, B.C. and international citizens. There are over 100 open-net cage salmon farms along on the B.C. coast, 98% owned by Norwegian companies, representing highly concentrated sources of waste, disease, and parasites that threaten […]

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No Tankers

Coastal First Nations welcomes the passing of the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act

(Vancouver, May 8, 2018) – The Coastal First Nations (CFN) welcomes the passing of the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act (Bill C-48). “Our communities have been fighting to keep oil tankers out of our waters for at least 40 years,” said CFN’s senior policy advisor Paul Kariya. “Our leadership have always said that our coast is […]

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