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Fish and Wildlife Officers

seek information in

grizzly poaching case

On the night of October 3 a 450 pounds and was killed
Blind View grizzly bear was shot and killed on between 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. on
Window Fashions the Pembina River Road October 3.
In Alberta, grizzly bears are
approximately 48 kilometres south
of Hinton, Alberta. considered a threatened species,
Fish and Wildlife Officers were and hunting them is illegal. The
notified by the Forest Research maximum penalty for this offence
Custom Window Treatments Institute Grizzly Bear Program that is a fine of $100,000 and/or one
since 1988 a mature male grizzly bear's collar year in jail.
was transmitting a mortality signal. If anyone has any information on
Officers investigated the bear's last this wildlife crime, please contact
known location and found it had the Report a Poacher Line at 1-
780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember been shot and left alongside the 800-642-3800. Callers can remain
780.542.0898 road. anonymous and could be eligible This grizzly was found shot and killed on the Pembina River Road

blind view The bear weighed approximately for a monetary reward. approximately 48 kilometres south of Hinton.

window Dylan Reynolds Family Benefit exceeds expectations

If you missed the event, and still want to help
The Wildwood and District Curling Club is
by “My Dog Sam”, and a midnight lunch
fashions pleased to announce that the “Dylan Reynolds provided by the Ravine Community out, check the “Go Fund Me” account that has
been set up online. People can also make
Family Benefit” fundraiser, held on Friday,
Association. It was very noticeable that people
donations at the Alberta Treasury Branch in
September 23 was a huge success.
The event was held at the Wildwood Hall were really enjoying themselves! Wildwood or Evansburg.
The number of donated items for the auctions
courtesy of the Wildwood Community exceeded all expectations. All of the money The evening was a true example of
Association. raised will go to support Dylan and his family “community.” We are happy that our
community's efforts will provide some financial
There was a silent auction, live auction,
with the ongoing expenses incurred while
January 4, January 25 balloon auction, a dance with music provided Dylan receives ongoing medical support. relief for this family in their time of need and
allow them to focus on Dylan's recovery.
A heartfelt thanks went out to everyone who
February 15 Consider how your life would donated, to the community for their show of
support and generosity, and to all the
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Come to out to our Family Halloween Party on October 29! includes snow removal and a snowblower will be provided.
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