They were in a tree calling their dead mother. Two B.C. bear cubs whose mother was shot after she twice foraged through a freezer of meat and fish. A B.C. conservation officer was ordered to kill the two bear cubs, but Bryce Casavant refused and was suspended without pay.
International support followed for Casavant, including a petition signed by many thousands.
We spoke to Robin Campbell, founder of the North Island Wildlife Recover Association where the two bear cubs are now being housed.