From COVID-19 oubreaks to impacts on the environment, this post compiles research published in 2022 about fur farming in Canada.
Tag: British Columbia
BC Hydro announced it will trap and kill beavers upstream from the Site C dam. There is nothing humane about this despite what the company says.
Our bear awareness door hangers are hitting doors in communities across British Columbia and Canada!
Read our letter to the Auditor General calling for an audit of the BCCOS.
The Fur-Bearers has published data showing areas where black bears are being killed by conservation officers in British Columbia.
Read about a wolverine research project conducted in the heart of the Rocky Mountains
The Fur-Bearers has collaborated with UBC students on a research project that looked at the public’s perceptions of black bears in their communities.
Changes to Wildlife Act regulations are coming. Read what this might mean for Cottontail and European rabbits in BC.
Read The Fur-Bearers’ submission on proposed changes to the use of rodenticides in British Columbia
The Fur-Bearers’ petition calling for the end of fur farming in British Columbia has made its way to the legislature!
BC plans to kill wolves for five more years in a bid to protect endangered caribou. But survey results show most people oppose their plans.
Tips for pets, families and what to do to help wildlife when disasters hit or emergency situations arise.
The government is asking British Columbians to provide comments on amendments to the Fur Farm Regulation following the decision to end mink farming.
In this post, we explain the key information in the mink moratorium, and what you can do to help the movement to end fur farming in British Columbia.
A group of 29 British Columbia infectious disease specialists sent an open letter to BC Premier John Horgan calling for an end to fur farming in the province.
Fur farming in BC continues to pose a serious public health risk after mink escape their cages and test positive for SARS-CoV-2.
David Suzuki and other researchers point to mounting evidence of disease risks, and ongoing animal welfare issues.