- August 15, 2013 - 15:39
I heard this guy on CBC today. He is long on emotion and short on facts. Can't even believe CBC would have this on, it is so laughable. It is obvious he is acting on behalf of Sopac. They are intent on wiping out an entire species and will stoop to any means to try and achieve their goal. The whole issue which has been fabricated and totally blown out of proportion is just getting annoying now..
- Brandon King
- August 15, 2013 - 14:10
Mr. Cleary is dead on with his assessment of the letter in question. A moose cull is not the answer - and a difficult feat in itself to accomplish given the rugged geography and tremendous acreage of wilderness on the island in particular.
- August 15, 2013 - 07:34
Ryan, for once I agree with you. I think Steve Fletcher's letter was motivated by something other than road safety. I assume he was contacted by Sopac and asked to write in to try and help their stupid crusade to kill all the moose on the island. The talk shows on VOCM are inumdated with repeated calls from Eugene Nippard ranting and raving about moose as if they are the real cause of accidents and deaths on our highways. The stats do not support his outrageous claims. He is a mooseophobe. He sees more moose than anyone on the highway, most of it fabricated to try and bolster his one man crusade. We must learn to live with nature as you suggest as we are all part of it.
- August 15, 2013 - 04:41
The cod is killed off now lets arm the 12 yr. olds and kill off the moose.I think that you are all going nuts.In stead of spending the time at that. why not spend money and get all the idiots off the roads that owe $1000s in fines ?.Hey you may even make a few bucks.By the way how do I run for the govt. leader?
- August 16, 2013 - 08:13
Wow, Ryan Cleary must have fell and struck his head, he is actually making some sense for a change. One solution that should be considered is the elimination of hunting zones, this would then allow hunters to spend more time hunting, rather than just a few days in some cases, which would result in higher success rates.