To me this lawsuit falls outside of this ENGO's Scope, Seems to me like they have ran out of things to protest. Would there not be better things this group could spend its time doing? https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/anima...t-decision-over-euthanized-bear-cub-1.3747777 "The group said in a statement it has launched an appeal because it believes the law says officers can only kill wild animals when they are likely to harm persons, property, wildlife or habitat." https://globalnews.ca/news/3949590/...ourt-decision-against-review-of-wildlife-act/ "Animal rights advocacy group ‘The Fur Bearers’ is appealing a B.C. Supreme Court decision ruling that conservation officers have the authority to destroy wild animals, and to use their discretion." For that reason, The Fur-Bearers adopted the mission “To protect fur-bearing animals in the wild and in confinement through conservation, advocacy, research and education (C.A.R.E).” http://thefurbearers.com/about-us That means: Abolish the commercial fur trade, including trapping and fur farms Create opportunities to co-exist with wildlife (i.e. beavers, coyotes, bears, and small mammals) Foster empathy and compassion for wildlife and the environment through school presentations and community outreach Your wish, and our wish is a world where every fur-bearing animal coexists in his or her natural habitat, alongside society. We believe that: Fur should not be commodity. All fur-bearing animals deserve to be protected, regardless of their species or society’s views. Co-existence with fur-bearing animals is possible and non-lethal solutions to human/wildlife conflicts are effective. All fur-bearing animals are a part of a healthy Canada and public perceptions need to reflect that. Education and positive interactions will bring about sustainable change.