Tell Premier Christy Clark to ban trophy hunting in British Columbia!
Hundreds of grizzly bears are killed cruelly and unnecessarily every year in British Columbia, just so trophy hunters can mount their heads, pelts, and paws on their walls. After hunters shoot a grizzly, the animal often suffers for hours before they die. Wounded bears who aren't found can suffer for days, weeks, or even years.
B.C. is home to the world's second largest populations of grizzlies. These magnificent, intelligent, and social creatures are a part of Canada's proud heritage and deserve to be protected. Over 90 percent of British Columbians, including Coastal First Nations, are opposed to this senseless killing, but for years the provincial government has refused to put an end to it.