DFO continues to monitor Roddickton-Bide Arm's situation, in recent days they have collected dozens of seals.
PhDs are working with DFO scientists to evaluate animal health. Some stamps have been removed according to the DFO, and they say that they will continue as far as possible, guaranteeing the safety of residents, officers and animals.
The mayor means that he plans to see a seal that does not burn, it can not reach 5 miles or more at the seashore and the ocean.
Residents are asked if they contact the officer or Crime Stoppers (1-800-222-8477), they see a seal on a road or know people who are seized.
This is Ottawa, says Crosbie
Opposition Leader Ches Crosbie says the DFO needs to do something about seal abuse in the region.
Crosbie feels that Ottawa is blameless in finding unusual creatures in community communities and salmon rivers. Crosbiek does not take the necessary measures to manage fishing sustainability by the federal government.
Crosbie threatens the fish stocks in the province and threatens the lifestyle of many people in a province.