$10M spent on B.C. wolf cull, FOI documents reveal alongside details of shootings

From CBC:

The British Columbia government has spent more than $10 million on a controversial wolf cull launched in 2015, according to documents obtained through a freedom of information request filed by CBC News.

The province’s “aerial wolf reduction program” involves shooting wild animals from a helicopter, which the province describes as the most effective and humane way of reducing the wolf population in areas with endangered or at-risk caribou.

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