Stop Canadian Wolf Slaughter

  • by: Animal Advocates
  • target: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Premier of British Columbia, BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations

The government has been killing wolves since 2001 in an attempt to recover endangered mountain caribou populations while knowing full well govenment environmental habitat destruction of the caribou is the main cause of the caribou's decline.

Tar sands, pipelines and over logging forests undermine caribou recovery- not wolves. Wolves actually help keep the caribou population healthy by choosing the sick and infirm as prey.

The draft wolf plan admits that "wolf densities have been reduced, however at this time, a correlation between reduced wolf densities and caribou recovery cannot be substantiated.”

We ask the Canadian government stop the wolf slaughter and base their decisions on sound, scientific evidence.

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Phone:613) 992-4211
Fax (613) 941-6900
Email: pm@pm.gc.ca

The Honourable Christy Clark
Premier of British Columbia
Box 9041
Station PROV GOVT
Victoria, BC

Canada
V8W 9E1

Phone: 250-387-1715
Fax: 250-387-0087
EMail: premier@gov.bc.ca

Forests, Lands and Natural Resources
Deputy Minister's Office
Doug Konkin
PO BOX 9352
STN PROV GOVT
VICTORIA BC
V8W9M1
Phone: 250 952-6500
Fax: 250 387-3291
EMail: Doug.Konkin@gov.bc.ca

Fish and Wildlife Branch
BC Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
PO Box 9391, Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, B.C.  V8W 9M8

The government has been killing wolves since 2001 in an attempt to recover endangered mountain caribou populations while knowing full well govenment environmental habitat destruction of the caribou is the main cause of the caribou's decline.


Tar sands, pipelines and over logging forests undermine caribou recovery- not wolves. Wolves actually help keep the caribou population healthy by choosing the sick and infirm as prey.


The draft wolf plan admits that "wolf densities have been reduced, however at this time, a correlation between reduced wolf densities and caribou recovery cannot be substantiated.”


We ask the Canadian government stop the wolf slaughter and base their decisions on sound, scientific evidence.

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