New Public Rep on Columbia Region Board

Rob Neil joins Columbia Region Board Rob Neil has been selected has the new Public Representative on our Columbia Region Board. He is a conservation biologist, having had more than four decades of experience working […]

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Arctic Grayling

FWCP identifies Arctic Grayling monitoring needs Prior to construction of the 1967 W.A.C. Bennett Dam and creation of the Williston Reservoir, Arctic Grayling were widespread and abundant. Today, self-sustaining populations are limited, and in many […]

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Arctic Grayling or Thymallus arcticus underwater. Credit: iStock, Pi-Lens

FWCP Newsletter

FWCP grant and project news 2016 – 2017

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Updated Coastal Region Watershed Action Plans Available Now

Updated Action Plans Available Now Updated Action Plans for the 14 watersheds that make up our Coastal Region are now available online. See our Coastal Region page at fwcp.ca. These new Action Plans identify our […]

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Annual Report Coastal Region 2016-2017

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Northern Spotted Owl. Credit: L. Ware

Annual Report Columbia Region 2016-2017

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FWCP funded a prescribed burn in April 2016 near Arrow Lakes Reservoir to improve wildlife habitat. Credit: BC Wildfire Service

Annual Report Peace Region 2016-2017

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Arctic Grayling or Thymallus arcticus underwater Credit: Photo: Istock/Pi-Lens

New Public Rep on Peace Board

Brian Paterson joins Peace Region Board Brian Paterson has worked in the Peace Region for over a decade and lives near Dawson Creek. He’s a professional biologist with a diverse skill set having worked with […]

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Brian Paterson, public representative on Peace Region Board

Mercury in Fish Investigation

Update: Mercury in Fish Investigation in Williston and Dinosaur Reservoirs Our Peace Region Board approved a comprehensive study to collect tissue samples from fish in the Williston and Dinosaur Reservoirs and tributaries, in order to […]

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Photo: Azimuth-Consulting

Release of Vancouver Island Marmots reaches milestone

FWCP helping one of the rarest mammals in the world The Vancouver Island marmot is among the world’s most endangered mammals, but a captive breeding program, supported by the FWCP, is helping to turn numbers […]

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Marmots released July 5th, 2017, Mt Washington. Photo credit: Marmot Recovery Foundation

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New Public Rep on Columbia Region Board

Rob Neil joins Columbia Region Board Rob Neil has been selected has the new Public Representative on our Columbia Region Board. He is a conservation biologist, having had more than four decades of experience working […]

Columbia Region

New Public Rep on Peace Board

Brian Paterson joins Peace Region Board Brian Paterson has worked in the Peace Region for over a decade and lives near Dawson Creek. He’s a professional biologist with a diverse skill set having worked with […]

Peace Region

Arctic Grayling

FWCP identifies Arctic Grayling monitoring needs Prior to construction of the 1967 W.A.C. Bennett Dam and creation of the Williston Reservoir, Arctic Grayling were widespread and abundant. Today, self-sustaining populations are limited, and in many […]

Peace Region

Mercury in Fish Investigation

Update: Mercury in Fish Investigation in Williston and Dinosaur Reservoirs Our Peace Region Board approved a comprehensive study to collect tissue samples from fish in the Williston and Dinosaur Reservoirs and tributaries, in order to […]

Peace Region

Amphibians in Northern B.C.

Free event in Mackenzie: Learn about amphibians Until now, very little was known about amphibians in Northern B.C.  With funding from the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program, DWB Consulting is working on a four-year study […]

Peace Region

Community Engagement Grants

Apply anytime for a Community Engagement Grant. These grants are typically $500 to $1,000 and help stewardship groups take action to benefit local fish and wildlife.

Provincial

Fish Habitat Improved Near Courtenay

Puntledge River Watershed: Fish habitat improved near Courtenay Trout, Coho and Pink Salmon are already using recently restored off-channel habitat at Simms Millennium Park near downtown Courtenay. The work was completed at the end of […]

Coastal Region