Petition Closed
We envision the Chippewa Wildlife Exhibit as an educational resource, a wildlife rehabilitation centre, and a prosperous attraction unique to Northwestern Ontario.  In order to reach its potential, the exhibit must make efforts to improve its relationship with the public, increase its role as a wildlife rehabilitation facility, revise enclosures, and increase animal stimulation. These actions will help protect the health and safety of the animals, while ensuring a positive experience for visitors. We ask the City of Thunder Bay to receive our feedback and implement positive changes to the facility, reflecting a shift in values.
 
Letter to
Mayor, City of Thunder Bay Keith Hobbs
Councillor-At-Large, City of Thunder Bay Aldo Ruberto
Councillor-At-Large, City of Thunder Bay Ken Boshcoff
and 3 others
Councillor-At-Large, City of Thunder Bay Iain Angus
Councillor-At-Large, City of Thunder Bay Rebecca Johnson
Councillor-At-Large, City of Thunder Bay Larry Hebert
We ask the City of Thunder Bay to receive our feedback regarding the Chippewa Wildlife Exhibit and implement positive changes to the facility, reflecting a shift in values towards wildlife conservation and rehabilitation.