No impact

Nova Scotia introduces coyote bounty six months after Taylor Mitchell’s death.

But Ms. Mitchell’s mother says her daughter, who lived in Toronto, would not have supported such a program.

“Taylor would not have wanted this to happen, and for them to be using her as the reason for it. And neither do I,” Emily Mitchell said in an interview. “There is a problem with wildlife and human contact, and we need to find a solution to it. But I don’t think that this is the solution.”

The announcement was a reversal for the Department of Natural Resources, which said on its website this month that such an approach would have “no impact” on the coyote population.


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