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Wolves Fall Prey to Canada's Rapacious Tar Sands Business

Animals  (tags: animals, wildlife, conservation, environment, wolves, caribous, culling, killing, tar sands, oil industry, habitat destruction )

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Egged on by a rapacious oil industry, the federal government has chosen to scapegoat wolves for the decline of boreal caribou in a morally and scientifically bankrupt attempt to protect Canada's industrial sacred cow: the tar sands.

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Constance F. (429)
Sunday September 18, 2011, 1:55 pm
Thank you for posting this important article. There is a petition on regarding the proposed slaughter of Canadian wolves. I hope all Canadians will write/call/email their legislature too in outrage. Going now, as I don't want to puke and vent all over your post. So, so sad inside....

Sage H. (5)
Sunday September 18, 2011, 2:13 pm
Thanks for the information.

Maggie S. (41)
Sunday September 18, 2011, 3:10 pm
Sounds like our stupid government - NObama using wolves as a political football so that the special interests and other politicians can you flawed science to nail our wolves!!! What kind of despicable human beings are we electing these days? Are only the flawed, immoral, unethical, selfish SOBs running for office? And, the promises they make and never keep - NObama is that poster boy for that! Wish he would fall into one of BPs wells and never be seen again!

Cynthia H. (108)
Sunday September 18, 2011, 3:40 pm
Once again, humans causing destruction of animal habitats. We cannot just use what we have, we must take from all others - human or animal.

Simone D. (1485)
Monday September 19, 2011, 5:15 am

Thank you Pia!

Elizabeth P. (99)
Monday September 19, 2011, 7:25 am
Paul Paguet is a good man and help save the wolfs. Hoping for the best.
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