Province says that hunting of grizzly bears is not in line with values of British Columbians.
Tag: Trophy Hunt
Read our submission to the Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations, then send your own to speak out for the grizzlies.
Insights West poll indicates 74% of residents support banning grizzly hunting, including 58% of self-identified hunters.
The province wants to hear what you think about the hunting of grizzly bears – and we want you to help you be loud and clear.
Opposition to the contentious grizzly bear trophy hunt is high in rural areas, despite claims from hunting lobbyists and some politicians. A new poll from
Opposition to the grizzly bear trophy hunt in BC continues to grow as the Bella Coola Valley Tourism (BCVT) board made their stance clear at
An unannounced, and ironically non-transparent, report on the policies and science used by the government of British Columbia to support their grizzly bear trophy hunt
A bold statement from the Minister of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resources Steve Thomson in January left many British Columbians believe an end had come
It’s a bit hard to figure out why exactly BC Premier Christy Clark continues to stand behind the wildly unpopular grizzly bear trophy hunt: urban
Not only does 91 per cent of British Columbia oppose trophy hunting, but those in typically pro-hunting jurisdictions oppose it just as strongly as those
Yesterday we told you to not watch the now infamous video of a grizzly being shot and tortured by two unidentified killers. Today, we’re telling
If you saw the trophy hunt video this week, it will forever be burned into your mind. If you didn’t, you can see it below
On April 1, 2015, the killing will begin. The infamous trophy hunt of British Columbia’s grizzly bears is moving forward, despite the lack of scientific
This essay was submitted to The Fur-Bearers by Natural Resource Protection student Lynnea Parker. It has been republished with her permission. Commercialism in Wildlife Management