Prince Edward County council will petition Ministry of Natural Resources for approval of bounty.

“I don’t know if putting a bounty on them is the right way to go, but I do know that doing nothing about it is not an option — because it’s getting out of control.”

Burris said while she supports the municipality moving forward to seek MNR approval for the bounty, she said the issue goes far beyond the boundaries of Prince Edward County.

“I don’t think that municipalities should be doing this on their own — I think it’s a provincial issue and they should be doing something about it, rather than putting it on us,” she said.


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