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Constance Creek Wildlife Refuge holds fundraiser at future site.

According to the Ontario Ministry of Transportation, there are over 10,000 collisions involving wildlife on the province’s roads each year.

Ottawa has the highest number of collisions involving wildlife in the province, with around 1,000 reported each year, according to a fact sheet Rowe had displayed.

Most of those accidents involve deer.

“It’s always sad to see animals that are hurt,” said North Kanata Coun. Marianne Wilkinson, who turned up to offer her support at the event. “To have some place where you can bring them that’s not too far away is going to be very useful to the community. It’s a huge undertaking but if the community is supportive then it’s really going to happen and that makes a big difference.”


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