The Oral Submissions of Dr. Bryce J. Casavant. Legislative Assembly of British Columbia Special Committee on Reforming the Police Act April, 2021.
North Island bears say daylight savings time doesn’t work for them. Originally published in the North Island Eagle News, November 13, 2020 Resident black bears in the Tri-Port communities appear to be balking at the issue of daylight savings, prompting a small wildlife gathering to protest the [...]
“It does not taste like a banana! It’s a banana slug, but that slimy thing does not taste like a banana, trust me.” That’s how it started with my seven-year-old daughter. “Well, the slime has to taste like something. It’s probably banana flavoured, you should lick it.” I challenged. “No way! [...]
“There’re everywhere!” “The population is exploding!” “I’ve never seen so many before!” “There’re even coming to Vancouver Island now!” The quotes above are a small sample of what I have heard in the past 24 months when people speak about grizzly bears. I have come across one main argument [...]
Special thanks to Publisher, Kathy O’Reilly. Originally printed Friday, September 6, 2019 in The North Island Eagle. In our last article we covered British Columbia’s (B.C.) camels during the days of the gold rush, including one situation in which a hunter accidentally shot a camel thinking it [...]
Special thanks to Publisher of The North Island Eagle, Kathy O’Reilly. Originally printed Friday, August 2, 2019 in The North Island Eagle. It’s the mid 1860s in the Northern Caribou region of what is now British Columbia. Gold mining is all the pioneering rage. Stories of quick riches reach [...]