Tides Canada

Pacific Wild Initiative is a project of Tides Canada Initiatives Society.  Our project is focused on providing extensive education and research-oriented projects.  Examples of programs carried out by the Pacific Wild Initiative project include Great Bear LIVE remote field cameras, our hydrophone research program and the SEAS (Supporting Emerging Aboriginal Stewards) Community Initiative.

As a project of the Tides Canada Initiatives society, Pacific Wild Initiative works to support the protection of endangered wildlife and rare ecosystems on the Pacific Coast through research and education based endeavours. As a registered Canadian operating charity, Tides Canada Initiatives Society receives donations and provides charitable tax receipts for gifts to the Pacific Wild Initiative.


The SEAS (Supporting Emerging Aboriginal Stewards) Community Initiative is an educational program focused on utilizing new technology, experiential learning, and locally-relevant resources to connect youth with the lands and waters of their traditional territories. Learn more about SEAS here.


Pacific Wild Initiative is collaborating with the Heiltsuk Integrated Resource Management Department and other partners to establish a permanent array of hydrophones on the central coast of British Columbia. Read more about the hydrophone project here.

Great Bear LIVE

Great Bear LIVE is an innovative research program and conservation tool that transmits live wildlife video and audio streams from the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest to your personal computer anywhere in the world. By sharing the hidden world of the Great Bear Rainforest, Pacific Wild can connect people with the region we are striving to protect and educate the world about the many threats this pristine ecosystem faces.

Pacific Wild initiative is committed to the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity as described. We believe that helping to create a country, and an organization, where every person can fully participate benefits our people, our partners and our communities.

Tides Canada’s Accessibility Policy and Plan outline the various considerations our staff, volunteers and contractors need to take into account when communicating with an individual with a disability. They also outline our guidelines regarding training, what to do in the case of a temporary disruption and how we accept feedback regarding the way Tides Canada has interacted with a person with a disability.

All Photography © Ian McAllister unless otherwise noted.
Pacific Wild
PO Box 26, Denny Island, BC Canada, V0T 1B0
Email: info@pacificwild.org • Phone: 250 957 2480
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