Sign petition to help baby wildlife in
Help Rosie and thousands of other Ontario orphaned wild animals left to die
because of government regulations that outlaw humane and responsible help for wildlife.
Stop coyote killing contests!
Tell Dalton McGuinty to enforce the law prohibiting the illegal and barbaric coyote killing contests in Ontario.
Letters needed after death of Ottawa beaver caught
in cruel trap. Speak out against
inhumane traps and lack of wildlife help in Ontario. Click
to send a letter.
Letters needed! Wildlife
rehabilitation regulations approved by Ontario government deny humane care for wildlife. Click to send your letter to the Ontario
Bam-bam returns home! Please send a thank
you to the Premier.
Bring Bam-Bam home! Public outcry after OMNR seizes 'domesticated'
deer raised since birth.
Sign petition to bring
Bam-Bam home by Christmas.
Oppose Bill 156, this Bill would
result in mass slaughter of cormorants and
killing at will. Click to send a letter to
the Ontario government.
Support Bill 154, The Regulation of Zoos
Act. This Bill would require all Ontario zoos to comply with professional animal welfare and public safety standards.
Click to send letter or circulate a petition.
Ottawa's Royal Swans need your
Photos show dismal living conditions. Click to send sign-on letter
to City Council.
Letters from all over the world criticize Ontario Liberals for
allowing orphaned baby wildlife to die.
Click to send your letter!
Send a Wildlife Death Notice for orphaned wildlife that cannot be helped under the MNR's
unnacceptable wildlife rehab policy.
New wildlife rehabilitation regulations
proposed by Ontario government. Public comment needed.
Provincial wolf conservation strategy proposed by Ontario
government. Public comment needed by
January 4, 2005. Please click to send letter NOW!
Act now to
solve wildlife rehabilitation crisis in Ontario!
Details for sending letters. »
Save Ontario Parks!
Help us achieve a strong law to protect our
parks. Please fill out online survey or submit
written comments by Nov.
8, 2004. »
Urgent action needed to ensure Animal Cruelty Bill C-22 is
reintroduced in parliament.
to eliminate hunting of wildlife in captivity. Public written
comments needed by Sept. 15, 2004. Click for
Stop the city of Ottawa from killing groundhogs
in area parks. »
Please sign online petition to ban the use of
chase dogs for hunting in Ontario.
MNR proposes extended hunting for black
bear and wild turkey. Public written
comments needed by Sept. 8, 2004. Click for
black bear proposal,
wild turkey proposal.
OMNR's wildlife management practices and
policies endanger the health of all Ontarians.
Please forward open letter to the Government of
Ottawa City Council lobby:
Please email or phone Ottawa City councillors
before June 23! »
Reinstate a progressive wildlife rehabilitation
service in Eastern Ontario. This is the 2nd year
when thousands of baby animals have been needlessly left
to suffer and die due to restrictive regulations by the
Ottawa needs city-run Hotline service to assist residents
with human/wildlife conflicts. »
Urgent alert!! We need your help to watch over and protect
the cormorants in Presqu'ile Provincial park. »
Urgent action needed to make
sure Animal Cruelty Bill C-22 gets back onto
Government agenda »
MNR proposes two new gun seasons for deer in Eastern Ontario.
Public written comments needed by April 22. »
Massive Slaughter of Double-crested Cormorants planned for Presqu'ile
Provincial Park. Click here to send letter by April 16
and to view the Ontario Wildlife Coalition's EBR submission to
Support Minister's plan to protect Algonquin wolves. Letters
needed before April 2. »
wolves need greater protection; province-wide
conservation policy needed for all Ontario
Call on Liberal senators to reverse position and
vote for passage of Animal Cruelty Bill C-10(b). »
Municipal Election 2003 - What you can do »
Write to Ontario Liberal government to maintain
ban on Spring bear hunt »
Ontario Provincial Election 2003 - Candidates
wildlife survey and results »
Bring Katie Home! Fox needs rehab, not zoo
Return seized animals to Wildlife Centre for
critical rehabilitation »