Karen McAllister initially, she worked as an environmental extremist in campaigns on Vancouver Island’s rain forests. Moving north in the 1990s as an environmental extremist to central and north coast of B.C. She coauthored The Great Bear Rainforest with her husband Ian, and is a conservation director of Pacific Wild.
Meaning no such place as the The Great Bear Rainforest existed before, it became a catch phrase.
At this time they seem so have an obsession with saving wolves in a most peculiar manner, completely out of tune with the science, but big on heartstrings social media.
Next comes salmon and herring as they feed the wolves, really are they that stupid or do they think society is this gullible?
Before anyone does the holier than thou thing about this organization a shocking read from another extremist rag called the Narwhal. ” ‘Scared into silence’: former workers allege abuse, safety issues at B.C. environmental organization’
This seems to be an ever growing trend, that people within environmentalist organization feel they deserve to be above the law.
“The Narwhal spoke to more than a dozen contractors and employees who worked with Pacific Wild over the years. Many say they were put in positions beyond their marine experience. More than that, they say they witnessed a wide range of what they considered to be inappropriate behaviour, including verbal and emotional abuse and Ian frequently drinking on the job, including while captaining his boat. In September 2020, Ian publicly admitted he used a seal carcass to attract wolves.
The Narwhal was also alerted to an alleged sexual relationship Ian had with a woman who reported directly to him, which spanned roughly two years. Internal emails show that rumours of the relationship were brought to the organization’s attention in 2019. The woman resigned a year later. When contacted by The Narwhal, she said she could not provide comment.”
FOLLOW THE MONEY
“Tides Canada spent a further $475,000 on Pacific Wild, which has since been folded into the Great Bear Initiative. In a fundraising proposal for a $400,000 project with five staff, Pacific Wild wrote to a U.S. funder that its goal is the cancellation of Northern Gateway and federal legislation banning tanker traffic on the north coast of B.C. Pacific Wild’s goal was to create public pressure directed at the Canadian government. “Simply put, if tankers are banned from the coast, no pipeline will ever be built,” wrote Ian McCallister, the project’s director.”
Look at the money involved, $63,015.00 from hidden sources, the taxpayer is on the hook for $198,559.00