Cape Breton residents protest controversial moose hunt – CTV

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Cape Breton residents protest controversial moose hunt – CTV

by ahnationtalk on November 11, 2015392 Views

November 10, 2015

A plan by Parks Canada to allow a moose cull within the boundaries of a northern Cape Breton park has prompted backlash from local residents.

People lined the Cabot Trail outside the Cape Breton Highlands National Park Tuesday to air their frustration.

“There’s been one shot,” said protestor Dennis Day. “That’s all we’ve heard here so far. You’ll hear it for miles off the mountain.”

The cull is a partnership between Parks Canada and the Unama’ki Institute of Natural Resources. They say there are too many moose.

Parks Canada is allowing 35 to 40 moose to be taken on North Mountain.

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