A Mother’s Love

Much like humans, mothers play an important role in killer whale culture. Killer whales are highly social, group-living animals whose social structure revolves around females. For some members of the animal kin...

Saving Southern Resident Killer Whales

By Dr. Lance Barrett-Lennard For some coastal First Nations in British Columbia, the killer whale is considered the guardian of the sea, but for killer whales on B.C.’s south coast, it’s time for humankind t...

A Win for Wild Places

Big news for Canada’s Arctic! Tallurutiup Imanga, or Lancaster Sound, is located in the rugged northeastern region of Nunavut and is recognized internationally as one of the most significant ecological areas in...

United We Stand

Over the past few weeks, we have witnessed an incredible outpouring of support from our community against a proposed ban on cetaceans – whales, dolphins, and porpoises – at the Vancouver Aquarium. On behalf of ...