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Aiming for change: An update regarding grizzly bear management in BC

The deadline for the public consultation process on the Grizzly Bear hunt is tomorrow (November 2nd 2017). During the month long window for public comments the Auditor General (AG) released their audit report pertaining to BC’s management of...

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Discussion starter: To Conserve & Protect

Talking about public trust and how wildlife enforcement in British Columbia is conducted and perceived isn’t always simple, but it is an integral part to ensuring our democratic values are upheld. In my history as a soldier with combat experience...

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Your concern over BC’s bears

Thank you to everyone in the public who is contacting me with your concerns regarding bear cub deaths this year. Following the Vancouver Sun story about cub deaths by Larry Pynn, multiple members of the public outreached to me stating that...

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Shots fired: Defending BC’s fallen king

Since the government’s announcement to end the grizzly bear hunt last week, I have been receiving quite a few questions from various individuals and media outlets. I will do my best to answer some of the main points below and for some of...

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Misinformation by Omission Hurts Indigenous Groups

The headline read: “Supreme Court of Canada confirms First Nations have no veto power over resource projects” I was astounded. A private report with that kind of title, from a trusted energy information source, surely would have some...

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NEWS RELEASE – Casavant calls on BC to care for orphaned bears abandoned at rest stop near Banff

The former BC Conservation officer who made headlines for refusing to kill two orphaned bear cubs is once again in the spotlight calling on the BC government to rehabilitate three cubs recently abandoned near Banff, rather than let them be...

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NEWS RELEASE – Casavant stands up for UVic graduate denied at graduation ceremony

For Immediate Release Victoria – University of Victoria STEPS Forward graduate Nathan Bodie should get to attend his graduation ceremony, says BC NDP Oak Bay-Gordon Head candidate Bryce Casavant. “Earlier this week I learned that a...

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NEWS RELEASE – Casavant calls for stop to grizzly trophy hunt before season begins April 1

Mounting criticisms show a need to stop the hunt before it begins April 1st 2017. OAK BAY – The grizzly bear trophy hunt must be put to a stop before the season opens on April 1, says BC NDP candidate for Oak Bay-Gordon Head Bryce Casavant...

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Crying for change in BC

Truth and reconciliation are terms that many of us will never fully understand, as we’ve lived in a country that has given us a great deal of opportunity. But for the women in First Nations and aboriginal communities, it is something they...

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A Herd of Political Pachyderms: BC Budget Day!

Have you ever heard the saying, “There is no such thing as magic – just the reality of illusions?” Well, that’s what I think I saw today when I attended the Legislature for the provincial budget announcement – an illusion. The announcement did...

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A Lifetime of Service: Building a Better BC

My whole life has been dedicated to serving the public, it’s something I am very proud of. When I was 20 I joined the Canadian Forces because I believed in serving my family, my province, and my country. The Canadian Forces provided me an...

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NEWS RELEASE: Casavant points to misguided provincial leadership in derelict vessel debacle

OAK BAY – Derelict vessels along Cadboro Bay need to be cleaned up, and  Bryce Casavant, has pointed to a lack of leadership from the provincial and federal, rather than municipal, governments as the source of this long-standing issue. Actions...

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