Premier Christy Clark's awkward and derisive response to Pam Anderson and Miley Cyrus for having called out the unscientific, unethical and unwarranted B.C. wolf cull was inappropriately personal toward the two celebrities, while being factually incorrect about the cull.
An initial estimate had hunters shooting as many as 184 wolves.
"We're going to be doing this for the next five years."
VANCOUVER - Government-contracted hunters were in helicopters over two regions of British Columbia on Thursday as the province
VANCOUVER - A British Columbia First Nation has published its own recovery plan for a herd of endangered woodland caribou
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. - Thrill-seeking snowmobilers east of Prince George, B.C., could be putting endangered mountain caribou
The U.S. government is considering stripping a woodland caribou herd of its Endangered Species designation — the only herd
VICTORIA - The B.C. government is promising to protect 90 per cent of the winter habitat for the northern Caribou, which
A transfer of 20 mountain caribou from northern to southern B.C. went reasonably well, officials say, despite weather complications
Animal rights activists in the Kootenays are criticizing the provincial government for killing wolves to save a dying caribou