Posted 6/20/2016
Busy Weekend - Lynn Valley Day and Rice Lake Family Fishing Day
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Posted 5/23/2016
Wilderness at Your Doorstep - BC Mills Annual Open House
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Posted 5/8/2016
Critter Care released 14 black bear cubs
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Posted 4/18/2016
Mother and two cubs killed in Port Moody
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Posted 4/16/2016
2016 Argyle Sustainability Fair
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Posted 4/12/2016
Teaching the bears feeding lessons
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Posted 4/7/2016
Black Bears are waking up early this year
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Posted 4/3/2016
International Bear Day 2016
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Posted 4/2/2016
Today is International Bear Day
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Posted 3/15/2016
April 2, the Second International Bear Day
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Bear Country

 
The aim of the North Shore Black Bear Society is to reduce human-bear encounters through education, cooperation, and community support.



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We are Hiring


The North Shore Black Bear Society is now recruiting a summer student to work 30 hours a week for the months of June, July and August. This position is supported by the Canada Summer Job Grant. The applicant must have been a full-time student in the previous term with plans to return to school in the fall of 2016.

 

The student will perform a series of duties related to the Society's mandate under the supervision of current Society staff. Students who wish to further academic studies and pursue a career in resource management, law enforcement, and/or public education and engagement are desirable candidates. 

 

Please send your resume with a cover letter to nsbbsociety@gmail.com.  

 



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