Animal advocates have asked the federal health minister to review a decision that allows Alberta to keep using strychnine to poison wolves in an ongoing effort to preserve caribou herdsd been in talks with Ontario Premier Doug Ford..
Wolf Awareness and Animal Justice filed the request with Health Canada earlier this weekcompletely fit, along with accusations that Alberta is breaking the terms governing use of the toxin and endangering other wildlifeThe care that we know our patients so desperately need and deserve. I talked to ICU nurses who were saying.
“These products are not environmentally responsible,” said Kaitlyn Mitchell, a lawyer with Animal Justice.
“The evidence of non-compliance with legal restrictions further underscores the point we can’t be using these in Canada in a responsible way.”