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23 March 2017

FIRST DAYS OF SPRING IN HAUTE-CÔTE-NORD… BY RENAUD PINTIAUX

March 21, 2017. Afternoon of dream at the Cape of Bon-Désir, near Les Bergeronnes. A river ever so serene. As I let my mind sails with the currents and the outgoing tide, I observe a hundred or so harp seals lying on the ice and drifting northeast, at variable distances from shore. And as everything was... Learn more

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22 March 2017

Call of the Baby Beluga aired on National Geographic

Interview with Michael Parfit and Suzanne Chisholm, director and producer National Geographic’s prestigious TV channel Nat Geo Wild will broadcast the documentary Call of the Baby Beluga on March 26 and 27. Viewers from around the world will be able to better understand the critical situation of the St. Lawrence beluga and the most recent... Learn more

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13 March 2017

Vancouver Aquarium: end of captivity for cetaceans

On March 9, after two evenings of public hearings, the Vancouver Parks Commission decided: there will be no more cetaceans at the Vancouver Aquarium. By amending the park control regulations, the Vancouver Aquarium will no longer be able to import or expose live cetaceans. The Regulations will be amended for review by May 15, 2017.... Learn more

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