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The Ontario Government is asking for the public’s help solving wildlife cold cases

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You can help solve wildlife crimes

Date: 08/17/2018 | Source: http://cottagelife.com

If you know anything about a natural resources crime that has been committed, you can now do something about it. There are currently 35 cold cases in Ontario, and the government wants your help. It's always good to protect wildlife in our area for everyone to enjoy. Cottage Life said, "If you know something about a natural resources cold case, or see a new violation occurring, the best thing is to get in touch with your local Conservation Officer personally to speak one-on-one." You can also call a tip line if you prefer to remain anonymous. 

The Ontario Government is asking for the public’s help solving wildlife cold cases

There’s a shooting out on an isolated stretch of northern Ontario wilderness. A body is left behind, its tongue and nose cut out. A single bullet is removed from the corpse’s shoulder, but without witnesses or a suspect, investigations soon hit a dead end. The case goes cold.

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