The BC Conservation Officer Service says a tour company in Blue River is facing charges for allegedly baiting bears.
Deputy Chief Conservation Officer Chris Doyle says an investigation began in August of 2017.
“On May 28th of 2018, charges were sworn against Blue River Safari, also known as River Safari a tour company that offers jet boat and Jeep tours for bear and wildlife viewing.”
Blue River Safari is facing 6 charges under the BC Wildlife Act related to feeding dangerous wildlife, placing attractants for dangerous wildlife as well as a charge for operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
The company will appear in court in September.