Liberals have moose priorities

Liberal Leader Kevin Aylward said Wednesday he will settle a class action lawsuit over moose-vehicle collisions, if his party wins the Oct. 11 election. And convinced that the current pilot project for moose fencing is inadequate, Aylward said his party would install moose fencing after identifying hotspots along the province’s highways. He said moose-vehicle accidents have claimed too many lives and that it is time for a policy that responds to what people want. Aylward said he would find the money for expanded moose fencing in the provincial highway budget, and would develop policies in consultation with the Save our People Action Committee.

Source: CBC

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