Stop Animal Brutality working with COS on Wildlife Attractant Policy 

Stop Animal Brutality is working with the BC Conservation Officer Service to develop a Wildlife Attractant Policy to discourage and prevent wildlife from accessing and becoming conditioned to or dependent on food sources generated or controlled by human activity. The policy will apply to communities that co-exist with large wildlife that habituate to attractants like bears and cougars, and will define the minimum requirements for the collection, removal and disposal of garbage, and the requirement on citizens and businesses to manage wildlife attractants such as garbage, compost, fruit trees and crops, and storage fridges and freezers. Warnings and fines will be given out by Conservation Officers, as well as Bylaw Enforcement officers.