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Court injunction halts Invermere deer cull

Deer culls in the East Kootenay are in question this morning after the B.C. Supreme Court issued an temporary injunction against the District of Invermere.

Like other cities in the East Kootenay, the district had opted to kill urban deer that had become a nuisance. That cull was supposed to begin on the weekend.

But in a surprise, last minute move, a judge granted the request of a group called the Invermere Deer Protection Organization.

Devon Kazakoff is a member of that group, and spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker.
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Invermere Mayor Gerry Taft says he's considering their legal options.
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