Pacific Wild vs. the B.C. Government

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Our wolf cull court dates are set for July

During the first quarter of 2021, Pacific Wild has continued to push forward in its legal case against the B.C. government. After months of delays related to the pressures that COVID-19 has had on our legal system, the case is finally set to be heard by the courts on July 7th and 8th.

Recently, Pacific Wild shared news that the B.C. government killed 237 wolves as part of its wolf cull program this winter, despite the court challenge on the legality of the aerial practice remaining unresolved. This information was picked up in a new article from The National Observer. Read our full press release on the matter. 

Since the wolf cull began in British Columbia in 2015, millions of dollars have been carelessly spent and over 1,250 of these incredible animals — apex predators critical to ecosystem health and biodiversity in the province — have been killed. A recently updated letter of opposition has been published on Pacific Wild’s website for supporters like you to voice your opposition of the wolf cull to our Federal and Provincial decision makers.

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