Bryce Casavant was fired from his job as a conservation officer for the British Columbia Ministry of Environment in 2015 after he refused orders to kill a pair of 8-week old bear cubs. Last week a judge in B.C. said he should not have been and that Casavant’s termination “was handled improperly.” “In the bigger picture, the ruling sets a precedent that conservation officers could stand up to supervisors against kill orders when it is appropriate to do so.”

 

 

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