Climate Change Has Pushed Grizzly Bears to Canada’s Far North
Unprecedented ice melt made my rowing expedition through the Northwest Passage possible, and I saw what happens when grizzlies and polar bears share territory.
Catching Up with the Mayor of an Embattled Resort Town With No Residents
A Supreme Court decision could land any day now, potentially ending Jumbo mountain resort municipality’s strange five-year run.
The Fight to End Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunting Is Heating Up in BC
A new government could finally stop rich international tourists from paying upwards of a thousand bucks to shoot grizzlies for sport.
Canada’s Grizzly Bear Trophy Hunt in Spotlight After Cecil the Lion Outrage
About 300 grizzlies are hunted every year in BC.