Great Bear Sea Film Screening

What will the BC coast look like in 20 years?

The Great Bear Sea is a wild expanse of ocean where whales, wolves, bears and people thrive in rich coastal ecosystems. But it is also a place full of historic conflicts, emerging struggles over ocean resources, and world-leading solutions. The Great Bear Sea is a documentary movie that tells the story of how 18 First Nations and the Province of BC have crafted marine plans to ensure a healthy ocean, economy and communities on BC’s coast.

Following the screening there will be a panel of marine experts, including CPAWS Oceans Director Sabine Jessen, to conduct a post-film talk on oceans conservation.

Screening starts at 7:00pm in the Trattoria Hall at the Italian Cultural Centre (3075 Slocan Street, Vancouver). Free admission. Presented in collaboration with the Italian Cultural Centre and Green Fire Productions.