Peel police investigating after eleven snares found in urban park, one coyote was injured and another killed.
Killing an animal designated as threatened is okay, if it’s “by accident.”
Killing snares can cause injuries similar to those of leg-hold traps and fail to meet standards for other killing traps, and therefore should be part
Tasha Hall was hoping to photograph wildlife near her home in the Kootenays area of BC last Friday, but what she ended up photographing was
“He was just out on his morning walk and my mom thought he was in a fight with an animal. By the time she got
A family nearly lost their best friend to a snare while coming home from vacation in Newfoundland. Local radio station VOCM (590 AM) reported that
Damning information about snares in Alberta is revealing just how dangerous the indiscriminate killing devices are – to all creatures who explore the province’s wilds.
After years of fighting inside the system, a now retired “predator control specialist” is speaking out publicly against snares in Alberta. "The public gets a
Baxter, an adorable little beagle, is ready for a new home. But he’s one of the lucky few. Western Nova Scotia is the stomping grounds
A woman from Prince Edward Island is glad her dogs are alive – but that came after a frantic 30-hour search ended only when a
Another Canadian family is struggling to understand why someone would set a trap that ultimately injured their pet cat. According to the Georgina Advocate, the
Terms like “humane” and “certified” make it seem like trapping wildlife is a painless process. But traps cause suffering – and leg-hold traps, still in use, are no different.