Research is essential to EWC operations. From creating videos to managing our educational programs, we rely on our research to provide our supporters with the most up-to-date and factual information in our videos and educational programs. With the amount of research and interviews that EXPOSED is able to compile, we look to create an educational database. This database will give the public access to research pertaining to different wildlife management practices, management plans, perspectives, and more. An example of this would be having a volunteer go through the Hunting and Trapping Regulations for a province and noting how predators are treated (i.e. how long is the hunting season, what is the bag limit, what does a license cost, do you need a license, where can you hunt, where can you trap, how often do you have to check traps, etc.).