Our pepper spray products, known as bear repellent, bear deterrent, pepper spray, OC spray or bear spray have been approved for sale and use by Health Canada. These products meet the highest standards, and are
ISO 9001:2008 certified. Our products are used by Parks Canada.
Bear repellent pepper spray is used by hikers campers, fishers, forestry workers, and other people who
work or recreate outdoors. These special Canadian formulations contains a dual propellant system that is
necessary for effective performance, even in extremely cold temperatures. They have been field tested and
repeatedly proven effective at deterring charging bears by both the Elmendorf Air Force Base in Alaska
and Brown Bear Resources in Missoula, Montana.
As populations continue to encroach on the bears' traditional territory, these products help men, women and
wild animals to live in close proximity to each other in harmony and safety.
Bear repellent pepper spray has been proven to be effective, and is unlikely to cause residual injury to healthy
bears when used properly. When activated, they fire a highly concentrated fog barrier of pepper ingredients.
It is designed for one-handed operation, and is proven to work on wild animals.
Using a bear deterrent helps to prevent death and injury to humans and bears. Studies have shown that these
products may also help to condition wild animals to avoid humans, not unlike they would avoid a skunk.
Failure to carry bear protection into the wilderness may result in unnecessary death or injury to people and bears.
Often, so called "problem" bears are hunted down and killed. If it is a sow with cubs, the cubs can also die of starvation.
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** NEWS **
MAN SURVIVES BEAR ATTACK
March 20, 2014
.... he pulled his bear spray, and started spraying the bear when he was twelve yards away .....