Wildlife rescuers say Ontario ministry is bullying them, not helping

By Meagan Fitzpatrick, CBC News Ottawa, January 17, 2018

Some wildlife rescuers in Ontario say they're being bullied and harassed by Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry enforcement officers who know little about wildlife and are too heavy-handed with the rules.

The operators of rescue centres say they are speaking out to shine a light on what they describe as poor treatment by conservation officers. They also say they speak for others who are reluctant to come forward for fear of losing their licence to operate.


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