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Wolverine debate giving Kitimat a bad reputation, says councillor

Could wolverines be ruining Kitimat's reputation? Or are they the subject of a smear campaign? (Mats Lindh/creative commons)

Since May, there have been reports of wolverines killing cats in Kitimat. But councillor Randy Halyk says all the publicity is giving a bad rap to the animals-- and to Kitimat. Here he is speaking to Daybreak North host Robert Doane.

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For the record, here are two previous stories we've brought you on wolverines in Kitimat. From the beginning of August, this is Kitimat mayor Joanne Monoghan describing the wolverine problem.

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And last week, a wolverine was caught in the community. We spoke to Monoghan about why that did little to allay her fears, as well as the man responsible for the catch.

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(wolverine photo by Mats Lindh)

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