Quesnel joins protest of dolphin killing and capturing

Dolphin Day celebrated around the world including the Cariboo's own community, Quensel

Quesnel residents (left to right) Janae Whittet

Quesnel residents (left to right) Janae Whittet

uesnel residents (left to right) Janae Whittet, Teresa Whittet, Taryn Pagurut, Jolene Pagurut and Courtney Aldrich join the International Japan Dolphin Day in efforts to stop the annual slaughter and capture of dolphins in the Japanese community of Taiji. Each year more than 2,000 dolphins are violently killed for their meat and captured for aquariums around the world. This practice began more than 70 years ago. Quesnel was one of 117 cities worldwide which took part in the protest.