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Animal-rights groups urge Ottawa to ban strychnine poison for causing unnecessary suffering

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Poisoning suspected in deaths of 2 dogs in B.C. community, RCMP say


Groups ask why strychnine banned against gophers but not for killing wolves

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Wolf Awareness presents an alternate perspective rooted in ecology and a broader view on the history of post-colonial manipulation of nature in North America.

Spilling more wolf blood won’t save caribou
Revelstoke Review, March 14, 2019

Sadie Parr and Michael Bloomfield "No ecosystem is safe when more than a dozen non-target species are killed by baited snares and strychnine strewn across the landscape ostensibly to save caribou."

The federal government is asking if Canadians are still OK with killing wildlife in what one scientist calls "one of the worst ways to die on earth."

Andrew Budziak is the producer of Poisoned Earth, a new documentary that takes a critical view of  Alberta's wolf cull practices, which include the use of lethal snares, leghold traps, aerial shooting and strychnine poisoning.

Wolves valuable part of ecosystems
The Free Press, November 16, 2018

A recent Free Press story ("Wolves feasting on cattle: ‘A huge problem,’" on Oct. 31) requires more of a science-based perspective.

Outdated policies continue to permit the brutal killing of one of the most intelligent, sentient and family oriented non-human animals that walk the planet.

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

Every summer in Canada, pets accidentally ingest poisons that are legally set out in baits intended for wolves and coyotes.

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