This toolkit produced by the University of Victoria’s Environmental Law Centre on behalf of the David Suzuki Foundation helps the public participate in government decisions regarding the grizzly bear trophy hunt. Legal toolkit: Facilitating public participation in grizzly bear management in British Columbia, provides information on how hunting decisions are made by government bureaucrats, such as the release of grizzly hunting tags and quotas and a calendar highlighting dates when these decisions are made so the public can intervene in an effective and timely way.
Update November 2016: Spring and fall grizzly bear hunt periods have been extended. The spring hunt is now from April 1 to June 15 and the fall hunt has been extended from August 15 to November 30. Location specific dates in B.C. can be found here.