A discussion on the future of fish and wildlife in British Columbia will come to Cranbrook Thursday.
The BC Wildlife Federation is hosting a series of town hall meetings, talking about dropping populations of caribou, fish, elk and deer.
The organization says declining conservation budgets are to blame and feels it should be a priority issue for the upcoming provincial election.
About 80 Elk Valley residents came out for a meeting in Fernie Tuesday.
A third meeting is planned for Invermere Friday night.
– Jeff Johnson