Canada's hunters and anglers are concerned with a number of wildlife and land-use issues that are addressed at the federal level including: conservation funding, species at risk, and CWD. The outcome of the 2019 federal election will impact the future management of these issues.
BCBHA wanted to help inform voters about conservation issues important to hunters and anglers, but not commonly discussed during election campaigns. We sent the Conservative, Green, Liberal, and New Democrat political parties a series of questions and asked for responses by October 14, 2019.
Click the following links to read responses received by BCBHA:
We urge all hunters, anglers and other public lands users to read through each of the responses and then to vote. It is crucial that every public land owner let candidates and elected officials know where they stand on issues that affect wildlife, habitat and our public lands.
We also encourage non-members to join Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, the voice for your public lands, waters and wildlife. Your support will help BHA continue to hold our elected officials accountable. Join now.