VANCOUVER — The unexplained deaths of two belugas at the Vancouver Aquarium last fall were a “tipping point” in the city’s debate over cetacean captivity and helped lead to a historic vote to ban the practice, says a park board commissioner. Sarah Kirby-Yung, a commissioner who previously worked as the aquarium’s spokeswoman, said after two […]

via Cetacean ban at Vancouver Aquarium was public’s will: park board commissioner — Calgary Herald

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