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Kamloops Wildlife Park Society received a generous sum of funding as part of the latest round of environment gaming grants.
A total of $120,000 has been given to the wildlife park to support animal welfare and preservation.
Community, Sport and Cultural Development Minister Peter Fassbender made the announcement Tuesday.
“I’d like to thank all those involved in the important service they provide at the community level through locally based groups and environmental non-profit organizations. These gaming grants help support your work and our shared concern and dedication to the thoughtful stewardship of our environment,” said Fassbender.
Prince George Recycling and Environmental Action and Planning Society, Osoyoos Desert Society, Alouette River Management Society, and Richmond Animal Protection Society also received a total of $177,000 in funding.