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Tag: Pacific Ocean

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5 wild stories from 2018

This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals that captured our collective attention at times when we seemed to need it most. Here’s... Read More
This year brought deadly environmental disasters and strained politics – but it also gave us a few charming animals...
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Will 2019 bring the lifeline that Canada’s Endangered killer whales need?

  This past year brought extreme lows for southern resident killer whales. A mere 74 southern residents are left in the Salish Sea where they are fighting for their lives, but we’re optimistic 2019 can be a turning point... Read More
  This past year brought extreme lows for southern resident killer whales. A mere 74 southern residents are left in the Salish Sea...
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See Canada’s oceans as they’ve never been seen before

WWF-Canada launches a powerful new data-visualization tool to demonstrate what’s really going on in our oceans. It’s free online and can be easily customized. Read More
WWF-Canada launches a powerful new data-visualization tool to demonstrate what’s really going on in our oceans. It’s free online...
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Support for a Healthy Ocean

From the North Coast of BC, we’re helping build the blueprint to maintain healthy marine ecosystems that underpin the social, economic and culture values fundamental to human well-being. Read More
From the North Coast of BC, we’re helping build the blueprint to maintain healthy marine ecosystems that underpin the...
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Canada’s Tourism Industry Needs Marine Management and Protection

The stability and long term growth of BC’s marine tourism economy directly depends on protecting marine environments and ensuring they stay healthy into the future. Jobs and coastal economies stand to benefit when we... Read More
The stability and long term growth of BC’s marine tourism economy directly depends on protecting marine environments and ensuring...
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Northward Migration: Seeking whales and whale stories on B.C.’s north coast

Caitlin Birdsall is a biologist and educator specifically interested in citizen science. She has worked with the Vancouver Aquarium’s Cetacean Research Program since 2008 and recently relocated to Prince Rupert to head up the... Read More
Caitlin Birdsall is a biologist and educator specifically interested in citizen science. She has worked with the Vancouver Aquarium’s...
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Climate Change and Canada’s Pacific

The bottom line: climate change effects are real and present, and they are already obliging us to think differently about how we interact with our oceans. Read More
The bottom line: climate change effects are real and present, and they are already obliging us to think differently...
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