Opinion

Who is Ghost Bear?
Who is Ghost Bear?
When we met, we discovered that we shared a frustration that society is increasingly losing its grounding, personal connection to the land. Far more troubling,...
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Nature Labs: A Global Vision
Nature Labs: A Global Vision
Many of you that read our stories and support our drive to advance nature literacy live outside of Canada. And over the last few months, as we’ve introduced...
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Remembering Charlie Russell
Remembering Charlie Russell
If you don't know of Charlie, do yourself the favour and read one of his books or watch one of his films....
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Grizzly bear delisting USA
Grizzly bear delisting USA
We were deeply saddened by yesterday's news that the United States has elected to de-list the grizzly bear from the endangered species list. The consequence? A population...
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In memory of fallen Timber, consider adopting a dog
In memory of fallen Timber, consider adopting a dog
Last week, my beloved family dog, Timber, left our world at the age of 15. He lived a good and long life, but for those whose lives he touched, we'd give anything for one more...
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Grizzly bears are still endangered
Grizzly bears are still endangered
In my experience, every voice must matter on an issue of this magnitude and no voice is more powerful than a people uniting as one. I hope you will join us and millions of others,...
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BC Grizzly Bears: Investigation Offers Hope
BC Grizzly Bears: Investigation Offers Hope
Wonderful, breaking news out of British Columbia: The BC Auditor General has agreed to investigate the BC government's management of grizzly bears, including the controversial...
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Photography Ethics: Better to unite than to divide
Photography Ethics: Better to unite than to divide
Wildlife photography - and observation research - is a learned skill, improved by information, experience and mentorship. We can all be better at what we do and all of us should...
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We need to have a talk about hunting
We need to have a talk about hunting
For an issue as far ranging and important as this one, it is depressing to see context being ignored and complexities be overly simplified. Indeed, without a rational dialogue,...
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