Urgent - Ontario Annouces Wolf Cull

Low Impact Development - An Old New Idea

Lake Scugog Walleye Fishery Closed

Kathleen Wynne, Please Don't Clearcut Ontario

Massive Expansion of Ontario's Spring Bear Hunt

Ontario’s Cruel Spring Bear Hunt

Ontario Liberal govt. Approves Deer Culls at Rondeau and Pinery Provincial Parks

City of London Destroys Another Natural Area: Protecting Singing Frog Creek

Algonquin Park Cottage Leases - Update

18.000 Mourning Doves Killed

Nuisance Wildlife Campaign

'Nuisance Wildlife' - A Photographic Exhibit

PPC t-shirt in support of ‘nuisance’ wildlife everywhere

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2011 Press Releases:

Wildlife People Hate  – A Photographic Exhibit
Friday April 1, 2011, London, Ontario:  Beginning  April 1, 2011, The VegOut  Restaurant at 646 Richmond Street, London Ontario will be hosting a new photographic exhibit portraying  three common wildlife species that are negatively labeled as 'nuisance'. 

2010 Press Releases:

No shooting at Presqu'ile Provincial Park this spring
In December 2009, a total of eleven groups and individuals filed with the Ontario Ministry of the Environment (MoE) for a Full Environmental Assessment challenging a proposal by Ontario Parks to continually kill White-tailed Deer and Double-crested Cormorants for the next ten years at Presqu'ile Provincial Park near Belleville Ontario. The proposal also eliminated public oversight and reporting.

2009 Press Releases:

Ontario Makes History - Cancels Deer Hunt
Toronto, Sunday April 5, 2009 – The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources has decided not to proceed with a controversial deer hunt in Southern Ontario which proposed to extend the archery season into January when deer are at their most vulnerable and most likely in their trimester of pregnancy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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