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Leslie Campbell

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  1. Thanks Frank. We've changed that to "few" rules, which are described, to some degree, earlier in the article: "Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland have a bag limit of three wolves for anyone holding a basic hunting license, but in some other areas of the province there is no bag limit, no closed season, and no requirement to report wolf kills. British Columbians do not require a tag or special license to kill a wolf and non-residents pay a fee of $50." —Editor

  2. TLC just announced the organization was successful in raising more than $600,000 and therefore able to protect the 11.1 hectares (27 acres) of Coastal Douglas-fir ecosystem in the District of Highlands. The most at-risk biogeoclimatic zone in the province, the CDF zone has been most affected by human activities. To learn more about this project please visit http://conservancy.bc.ca/2021/01/news-release-millstream-creek-watershed-property-protected/ to see video and images from the site.

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