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The JASPER LOCAL 

The Alberta government is poisoning wolves in the name of caribou protection, but the program is neither effective nor humane.

 

A coalition of conservation groups are sounding the alarm that the Alberta government sanctioned those cruel killings instead of tackling the real problem: habitat erosion by resource extraction.

CBC Calgary

Alberta's use of poison as a way to cull wolves is inhumane and kills too many other animals inadvertently. 

 

Numbers obtained by Wolf Awareness Inc. through the Freedom of Information Act show about 1,200 wolves have been culled since the population control program began in 2005.

About 250 other animals have also been accidentally poisoned, according to the Alberta government.

Huffington Post

Canada Must Stop Poisoning Predators, Pets And Other Wildlife.

Nothing could have prepared Cristina Blackmore for what was to happen that summer afternoon.

 

Her beloved border collie, Dulce, was busy chasing ground squirrels in the horse corral next to their house. Suddenly Dulce ran to her and dropped to the ground, writhing in massive convulsions. The veterinarian arrived 15 minutes later but nothing could be done: Dulce died in Christina's arms as her grandchildren looked on in tears.

Alberta Prime Time

​Using poisons and firearms in wolf cull.

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