Chickens interviewed by Vancouver BC News

Discussion in 'Local Chicken Laws & Ordinances (and how to change' started by HeatherHillary, Oct 20, 2008.

  1. HeatherHillary

    HeatherHillary Out Of The Brooder

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    Hello all,

    The TV crew was just here (Surrey, BC, outside of Vancouver BC) interviewing our outlaw chickens, and it seemed to
    go well. I'll let you know when they get their TV debut. I championed
    the causes of sustainable local urban agriculture and legalizing
    backyard chickens.

    Heather
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  2. HeatherHillary

    HeatherHillary Out Of The Brooder

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    The TV news segment starring our outlaw girls can be seen here after the 6:00 news tonight:

    "The story will also be at http://www.ctvbc.ctv.ca/ shortly after it airs on television.

    Under the ctv bc new tab you’ll find “Where we live”

    That’s where the girls will be."

    Wish us luck in our fight to legalize chickens!

    (ps, it has been raining, and my big beautiful black sex link was molting all weekend, so she was rained on and had no tail [​IMG] )
     
  3. Tomloveschickens

    Tomloveschickens New Egg

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    Well, I have been challenging the backyard chicken by law in Surrey since 2008. This year I submitted an interesting report to city counsel to remind them of the benefits of the sustainable life style. In fact we were photographed and our story will be published in the Surrey Now Newspaper sometimes this week; However, just received a letter from the mayor office stating that the bay law will stand as it is.
    Although this a temporary set back but I am going to continue to get the city revise its current by law. Any support will be appreciated.
     

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