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As ship traffic increases off the coast of British Columbia, so will accidents. The Heiltsuk Nation intends to be ready.
The articulated tugboat Nathan E. Stewart grounded with fuel barge off Athlone Island on B.C.'s north coast in October 2016. Although the barge itself was empty, when the tug ran aground, it spilled more than 110,000 litres of fuel into into Heiltsuk territorial waters, devastating the local clam fishery. January 18, 2018 | By Gloria Dickie Shortly ... Read More
January 10, 2018 - If a draft agreement between the BC government and Environment Canada on the endangered mountain caribou is approved, it will make a laughing stock of both governments and the Species at Risk Act”, says the Valhalla Wilderness ... Read More
A cornerstone of Pacific Wild’s wildlife protection work has always been visual storytelling and impactful communications. As we near the end of 2017, we are reflecting on the roller coaster of conservation campaigns, exploration and adventures that ... Read More
Monday, December 18, 2017 — Government announces a full and total ban on the grizzly bear trophy hunt , the hunting for meat loophole is closed. For over two decades, Pacific Wild and countless others have worked to stop the grizzly bear trophy hunt ... Read More