Livestock Field Technician

 

Piikani Nation Stray Livestock Bylaw No. 01-2017

THIS IS TO INFORM ALL NATION MEMBERS WHO OWN HORSES

ALL HORSES THAT ARE NOT BEING PROPERLY MANAGED AS FOLLOWS

  • BRANDED (BRANDS RECOGNIZED BY PROVINCIAL BRAND BOOK)
  • FED (NOT GRAZED, NOT STRAW FED)
  • WATERED (WATER TROUGH OR DUGOUT)
  • PASTURED (NOT AGRICULTURE FIELDS)
  • CAUSING NUISANCE, BREAKING FENCES, IN AGRICULTURE STUBBLE FIELDS

WILL BE REMOVED AND BROUGHT TO THE HAY LEASE

DEADLINE TO PROPERLY MANAGE YOUR LIVESTOCK IS APRIL 9, 2021

The Piikani Nation Bylaw No. 01-2017 Stray Livestock Bylaw

Being a bylaw of the Piikani Nation to provide for the control of stray livestock on the Piikani Nation Reserve 147 and Peigan Timber Limits 147B pursuant to section 81 of the Indian Act

WHEREAS stray livestock can be a nuisance detrimental to the environment, and the health, safety and property of the residents of the Piikani Nation Reserve 147 and Peigan Timber Limits 147B.

 4.2(d) if the livestock Control Officer has reason to believe that the condition of the livestock is the result of abuse or neglect, the Livestock Control Officer shall report the incident to the Society for the Prevention of cruelty to animals, along with a copy of the documentation created pursuant to subsection (a)

9.1 It is an offence to:

b) knowingly permit livestock to commit a trespass pursuant to section 4.2 (f) or (g); or

9.2 Any person who commits an offence hereunder is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding $1,000 or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding thirty(30) days to both a find and imprisonment.

Animal Control Officer

Blair Little Mustache

blair.lm@piikanilands.com

Piikani Nation Lands Department

403-965-3807