Canadian show pokes fun at Greater Victoria’s latest deer control method

Oak Bay deer contraception focus of late-night sketch comedy

Greater Victoria’s infamous deer population were the focus of CBC’s This Hour Has 22 Minutes satirical sketch on Tuesday, Dec. 3. A laugh welcomed by many regarding a frequently polarizing subject in the Capital Regional District.

READ MORE: Greater Victoria municipalities hope for region-wide effort to control deer population

The Canadian late-night show poked fun at the District of Oak Bay’s recent decision to administer immuno-contraception to selected deer, in hopes of reducing urban deer populations, cited as a growing safety concern.

READ ALSO: Last year 380 dead deer were collected between Oak Bay, Saanich



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