The study shows that fishing/hunting outfitters represent an asset for the Canadian Tourism industry and are an important economic force, particularly for rural and remote regions.
In British Columbia biologists and stakeholders are focusing on the causes for declining woodland caribou herds.
This morning the provincial government announced the complete ban on grizzly bear hunting in British Columbia (BC).
It is an independent audit that reconfirms what the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia have been saying – that hunting in BC is not a threat to the grizzly bear populations
Fire is an important process across many landscapes. In an effort to re-establish the important role that prescribed fire has on Vancouver Island, a workshop was held
Hunters were instrumental in the effort to begin restoring the elk populations to their historic range by assisting with the capture and relocation of Roosevelt Elk.
Do you ever think about where your food comes from? How it was procured? Hunters and anglers know EXACTLY where their food comes from
Scott Ellis of GOABC is interviewed live on CBC radio As It Happens show regarding the Government’s new ban on Grizzly Bear Hunting and how science was not part of the decision.
The bad news for rural BC continues to roll out, with a politically motivated announcement closing grizzly bear hunting in BC, effective November 30th, 2017.