Frustrated by sea lion carcass

This letter is pointed at the arrogance and ignorance of the Fisheries Dept.

This letter is pointed at the arrogance and ignorance of the Fisheries Dept.

It is a very sad world we live in when they put the rights of a dead sea lion with its head cut off over the rights of the human race.

The smell at Shelter Bay is nauseating during the day when the onshore wind is blowing, making it almost unbearable to live there.

Please do something about it. If it was in your backyard, would it stay there?

 

Neil McDermid

Campbell River

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