In 2017, the British Columbia government finally decided to ban trophy grizzly bear hunting in the province (Photo archives).
With six parcels of protected territory totaling more than 56,000 km2, the organization claims to be the largest forest tenure holder in the province.
“Coming to Canada does not mean abandoning Gaza”
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When I look back and see all of our accomplishments, it feels good to realize that thousands of animals were able to stay alive and that we helped keep coastal ecosystems healthy.
A quote by Brian Falconer, guide and coordinator for the Raincoast Conservation Foundation
Located on an archipelago on the central coast of British Columbia, the Great Bear Forest is one of the only remaining intact temperate rainforests in the world.
It extends over an area of 6.4 million hectares, almost the size of Ireland, and is home to ancient forests and rare species, such as the Kermode bear, a black bear with white fur found only in the region and nicknamed the spirit bear.
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