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Photo by Ian McAllister. B.C.'s Mountain Caribou Recovery Implementation Plan, now over 10 years old, has protected logging, industrial development and recreation at the expense of wildlife - both caribou and wolves.

FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TAKES A CRUCIAL STEP TOWARDS ENFORCING THE SPECIES AT RISK ACT TO SAVE BC’S MOUNTAIN CARIBOU

Media ReleasesMay 7, 2018

Monday, May 7, 2018 - The Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada -- responding to petitions and court actions by several environmental groups and individuals -- has now made a formal determination that Southern Mountain Caribou face “ ... Read More

Smothered Beauty

BlogApr 26, 2018Pacific Wild

Authored by Pacific Wild correspondent Tavish Campbell "Be safe!" yelled Farlyn as I rolled out of our small Zodiac. Zipped tightly into my drysuit, with camera in hand, I ducked under the surface and descended into the blackness. My sister had ... Read More

Photo by Tavish Campbell, "Smothered Reef: Salmon Farms and Glass Sponges"

Glass Sponge Reefs and the Need for Protection

Related NewsApr 26, 2018

APRIL 26, 2018 - Glass Sponge Reefs and the Need for Protection, CPAWS BC Introduction Glass sponge reefs are a globally unique treasure thought to have gone extinct 40 million years ago, until living glass sponge reefs were discovered in Hecate ... Read More

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