A student from Lakehead University and local resident is studying the affects of a wolf moratorium to a community. Emsdale’s Lynn Remmelgas says she will be visiting five counties involved in the moratorium, which includes Muskoka, Haliburton, Nipissing, Renfrew and Hastings. She says she has a survey out to collect responses for her upcoming thesis.

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The moratorium regulates the hunting an trapping practices of wolves in and around Algonquin Park and has been in effect since 2001. Click here to do the survey. You can also email Remmelgas at  lremmelg@lakeheadu.ca.