Snares targeting canids kill pets and torture animals across Canada. They are set legally by licensed trappers, without warning signs and no required setbacks from publicly accessible roads, trails, or pathways. At least two dogs have died as a result of snares in Alberta in 2019, and multiple wolves, coyotes, and other species have been tortured until dead by these cruel devices. Even the Agreement on International Humane Trapping Standards - a trade agreement with weak scientific requirements,
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Niagara Falls – Two wild canids were found shot to death and dumped in the snow just outside Awenda Provincial Park last week, where hunting is illegal.
As the sun sets glowing red, purple and gold along the pristine foothills of Alberta the beauty of the scene is punctuated by the chatter and howls of the beloved song dog, Canis Latrans, the Coyote. Aboriginal stories of Coyote are wrought with tales of their mischievousbehaviour and amazing ability to adapt.
Kyle Fawcett, Minister of the Environment (ESRD.Minister@gov.ab.ca) Premier Jim Prentice (Premier@gov.ab.ca) January 6, 2015 Hello Honourable decision makers. I am writing to inquire as to why the Government of Alberta would allow a coyote killing contest to take place within the province?
Heading into winter strong. We are in the midst of some really exciting growth spurts since our federal not for profit incorporation in June 2014. Our pack is expanding critical representation across North America bringing coexistence to communities, one community at a time.
How a compassionate family reached out across Canada to Coyote Watch, embarking on a life changing journey which saved nine beautiful coyote pups… On Friday, April 25th, my sister received a text from our uncle stating how he had found some newborn pups of some sort whilst checking on the family farm.
Learning about black bears is a humane response and responsibility of us all. Mike McIntosh, of Bear With Us shared his knowledge and experience working with black bears (bears) with an enthusiastic audience at Heartland Forest Friday evening. Folks from across southern Ontario braved frigid temperatures and snow drifts to attend this educational event.