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Nice to see OFAH OFA and the farmers and hunters of the Niagara area represent their interests so eloquently. The emotional concerns regarding coyotes when oresented to that experienced by many area residents paled in comparison.
Most presenters hit the mark. I sincerely hope that Grimsby Council repeals most of this needless and redundant by-law and recovers some of it’s rural roots and quality of life.
To do less is to impose needless limitations on citzen’s while pandering to those who mistakenly believe that protectionist fervour will solve some of the problems that plague farmers taxpayers and town folk along the Niagara escarpment communities.
Thank you for covering this event and capturing it’s flavour. It pertains to more areas than Grimsby as more urbane attitudes and animal rights fanatics migrate to the country-side and try to impose poorly crafted and biased laws on all of us that hunt, improve habitats and wildlife polulations. Cudos to CO Aaron Barber for contributing so well
Yours in conservation
<p>Peter: Great job on the Podcast. Thank you very much for mentioning the Coyote Watch Canada deputation on your blog.</p>
James due to the length of the meeting I had to edit out two hours of audio of which I have available should someone require it.