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Comment On The Ontario Government's Proposed Agriculture-Wildlife Conflict Strategy Process.

I just saw this today and wondered if anyone was aware of the issues.

Thanks,

Joe

 

 

The Ontario government is proposing an agriculture-wildlife conflict strategy as part of the implementation of the province’s Strategy for Preventing and Managing Human-Wildlife Conflicts in Ontario (2008).

This proposal has been posted for a 45 day public review and comment period starting February 25, 2011. If you have any questions, or would like to submit your comments, please do so by April 11, 2011.

To view the Regulation Proposal, please see:

http://www.ebr.gov.on.ca/ERS-WEB-External/displaynoticecontent.do?noticeId=MTEyMzkw&statusId=MTY4NTgy&language=en

For further background, please visit:

http://www.omafra.gov.on.ca/english/policy/brm_wildlife/wildlifepaper.htm

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