By-laws

There is no one correct set of municipal by-laws to create coexistence. As each situation is unique, each set of by-laws must also be unique. Common elements in these by-laws are typically on feeding wildlife, keeping yards clean, education-based responses, investigation of incidents and a requirement for enforcement.

Below is a listing of some successful by-laws from various communities across Canada.

Another good resource: BC SPCA model animal responsibility bylaws.

If your municipality has existing or is considering creating wildlife by-laws, please let us know by emailing us at info@thefurbearers.com.

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