Nature under attack

Here in the upscale, sleepy, seaside hamlet of Oak Bay, strange things are about to happen

Here in the upscale, sleepy, seaside hamlet of Oak Bay, strange things are about to happen. The peaceful co-existence we have enjoyed with nature is about to be destroyed. On Jan. 30, the B.C. SPCA commented very negatively on the savage deer cull that is now scheduled in the place I call home.

The silence in the mainstream media is deafening. The press release (with a link below) appears absolutely nowhere. So in the public interest, I provide it to all of you who are reading this: www.spca.bc.ca/news-and-events/news/news-oak-bay-deer-cull.html.

Danalee Goldthwaite

 

Oak Bay

 

 

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