hunting

Local hunters pose with 198 pounds of goose meat after a 12-day trip to Chilanko Forks. Ken Rife accounted for nine of the 21 birds shot. Left to right: Sid Pigeon, Rife, Bill Margetts, Claude Huston, Geoff Place and Gary Hutchinson. (Williams Lake Tribune archives Nov. 2, 1960)

From our Archives: Gone Geese

A photograph from the 1960 edition of the Williams Lake Tribune

  • Oct 24, 2020

 

Tahltan Nation eager to see 2020 hunting season draw to a close

TCG president says they have witnessed racism and vandalism by hunters this year

 

VIDEO: Cariboo-Chilcotin rally aims to stop antlerless moose hunt

Cow Moose Sign Project supported by First Nations, guideoutfitters, ranchers

Williams Lake rally to oppose cow moose and calf hunt

Participants will protest planned cull of 400 cow moose and calves

B.C. hunters to help monitor for deadly deer disease in Peace and East Kootenay regions

Chronic wasting disease was detected west of the Rocky Mountains in 2019

Esk’etemc First Nation speaks out on B.C’s increased antlerless moose hunt

Loss of moose synonymous with loss of culture and ability to practice Indigenous rights

LETTER: ‘This is a kick in the guts for me’

I am sorry but killing antlerless moose by anyone in this province is not the right thing to do

  • May 23, 2020

First Nations community supports charges in Cariboo region cow moose poaching case

Conservation Officer Service and ʔEsdilagh First Nation agreement targets illegal hunting

Outdoor excellence celebrated at annual WLSA Wild Game Banquet

Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association enjoys hunting season wrap-up dinner