POLL: Should the slaughter of wolves in British Columbia be banned?

POLL: Should the slaughter of wolves in British Columbia be banned?



Wolves are being killed to protect both the Woodlands Caribou and the Mountain Caribou when in both instances they are not to be blamed.

The reason for the declining numbers of wolves is the environmental disturbances caused by: Mountain Caribou. Logging, Loss of habitat, roads that make access easy for predators and human entertainment of snowmobiling and skiing.

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Woodlands Caribou. Poisoning of the environment by the Tar Sands mining project. Loss of habitat resulting from the tar sands mining project. Shortage of food and logging. Killing wolves is not a solution to the problem. Therefore the wolves die for no reason other than being the blame boy for the Tar Sands Mining project.

Help us stop the wanton killing of wolves now and send the Ministry of BC a clear message that their environmental policies must be in line with the protection of the environment. The unnecessary killing of wolves must stop immediately.

We invite you to vote to help stop this unnecessary wolf in British Columbia. Please vote and also leave your comments at the bottom of this page.

Should the of wolves in be banned?

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Now that you’ve voted, please sign the petition:

Stop the killing of wolves to protect Mountain- and Woodland Caribou in British Columbia.

Don’t delay! Do it today.

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