GRAND FORKS, B.C. - In this debate, the stakeholders could carry knives — and the horseradish sauce might be within reach.
Grand Forks Mayor Brian Taylor worries the southern B.C. community faces an unpalatable decision as it deals with a rapidly growing deer population.
The hungry creatures are nibbling their way through town, giving a new committee serious food for thought.
The members have served up several options, including allowing local restaurants to use meat from deer culled within city limits.
For now, Grand Forks has launched a campaign to encourage residents not to attract the delinquent deer.
Taylor says the committee meets in September, when the deer debate will be on the menu. (CJAT)
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