Exotic resolution

Southwold calls on provincial government to regulate exotic animals.

On Monday, Southwold township unanimously agreed to send a letter to McGuinty and all Ontario municipalities encouraging the province to “develop comprehensive legislation regulating the exotic animal industry.”

Tuesday, Elgin county council gave its unanimous support to that same resolution.

The move comes shortly after Norman Buwalda, 66, was attacked and killed by his tiger on Jan. 10 at his Second Line property.


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