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Stop Ontario's War on Wolves!

Stop Ontario's War on Wolves!

Right now the Ontario government cabinet is deciding whether or not to open up wolf and coyote hunting across more than 750,000km2 of northern Ontario.

Please remind the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry and Premier Ford that wolves and coyotes aren't to blame for moose declines. Protecting moose means setting aside refuge habitat, tightening regulations, taking meaningful actions to halt climate change, and ending the moose calf hunt.

The Ontario government admits that more wolf hunting won't increase moose, and that eastern coyotes don't limit moose since they don't overlap in northern Ontario. In ...

Right now the Ontario government cabinet is deciding whether or not to open up wolf and coyote hunting across more than 750,000km2 of northern Ontario.

Please remind the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry and Premier Ford that wolves and coyotes aren't to blame for moose declines. Protecting moose means setting aside refuge habitat, tightening regulations, taking meaningful actions to halt climate change, and ending the moose calf hunt.

The Ontario government admits that more wolf hunting won't increase moose, and that eastern coyotes don't limit moose since they don't overlap in northern Ontario. In addition to removing bag limits and closed seasons that protect these canids during pup-rearing season, the government wants to scrap all reporting requirements, meaning we'd never know how many wolf and coyote family packs are being torn apart.

Ask the Minister and Premier Ford to stand by Ontario's Wolf Conservation Strategy, conserve these keystone species, and stop persecuting coyotes.

 

 

 

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Submit your official comment by September 26th

Exercise your environmental rights and comment in support of wolf conservation, not hunting.   We defeated these changes in 2015, now let's do it again! Comments are directed to the public input coordinators running the consultation, the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry, the Premier and your MPP.

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