Wildsight News

Share your love of the wild: Help get kids outside

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You love the wild: The beauty of an untouched mountain valley. The still waters of a lake at dusk. The intricate web of an ecosystem.

Maybe you were lucky enough to grow up with the wild. Maybe there was a formative place or person that was your introduction to the wonder of the natural world. Or maybe you’ve only recently come to love the wild. ... Read more »

Wildsight's Beyond Recycling Program Celebrates Earth Day in Classrooms Across the Columbia Basin

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Kids in classrooms around the Columbia Basin will celebrate Earth Day this coming week.  ... Read more »

Environmental Assessment regulations scrapped while BC Taxpayers Faced with Million-Dollar Jumbo Bill

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BC government support of the Jumbo Glacier Resort continues to be the centre of controversy.  ... Read more »

We're hiring!

Communications Manager

Wildsight is seeking a highly motivated individual to work on our communications team. We’re looking for a team player who is interested in Wildsight’s work and in advancing a career in communications and advocacy-oriented work. The successful applicant will join the highly-motivated, dynamic Wildsight Team. ... Read more »

High School Student Job with Wildsight in Kimberley

WILDSIGHT KIMBERLEY CRANBROOK is seeking a high school student to fill a two-month after school/weekend job.

START DATE: April 28, 2014 END DATE: June 27, 2014

APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 22nd

HOURS: 15 hr/week after school and/or weekends. After a training period the student will choose their work hours as they will be working on their own. ... Read more »

Tell the BC Government you don’t want your tax dollars funding Jumbo Glacier Resort

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It’s been more than a year since the Jumbo Glacier Mountain Resort Municipality was created by the BC government with a $260,000 handout. With no tax base and no resident population, the JGMRM had no revenue. ... Read more »

BC Supreme Court Ruling on Ktunaxa's Qat'muk Judicial Review Petition

Read the full decision here. 

Earth Week: Watermark Film Screenings in Cranbrook and Kimberley

Celebrate Earth Week with Edward Burtynsky's film Watermark and a Ktunaxa speaker on water. Following the success of Manufactured Landscapes, Edward Burtynsky is back with a new project, a three-year exploration of our relationship with water around the world. ... Read more »