What should the Canucks be for Halloween?

Victoria Pattison Denault

Victoria was born in Habs country, moved to Leafs territory for college & Canucks town for work before immigrating to the land of sunshine, movie stars & KINGS. When not watching hockey Victoria writes novels.

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7 Responses

  1. David Booth wouldn’t need the bread for sandwiches since he kills the wildlife for apparently “trophies” only. Since he is a “christian” he should be Saint Francis of Assisi who was the patron saint of animals. Maybe then he will see the light and shoot with a camera NOT inhumane lethal weapons. He can break bread with his new animal friends.

  2. belara says:

    I dressed as a Canuck circa 1994 in home whites :)

  3. Victoria says:

    I’m not a fan of trophy hunting either. But, to be fair, I don’t know if Booth has ever publicly commented on whether that is actually what he does or if he does, in fact, eat the meat. Not defending him, by any means, just saying I don’t know if we know for certain what he does with his victims. :-)

  4. Victoria says:

    Cool! I didn’t dress up this year but considering I’m in LA where they honestly don’t know much about hockey I should have gone as a hockey player to enlighten them. lol

  5. Mr. Booth has stated in the media that he kills the innocent wildlife for the “trophy” parts only.

    After viewing video of his bear baiting in Alberta, I was shocked and disgusted at the
    callous, inhumane treatment of one of God’s creatures. The wounded bear tried to
    escape and died a slow, painful death. The next day, he was tracked by his blood
    then they said “just take a couple of guns to make sure he’s done”. Bow hunting
    is not an instant death as alleged. Booth defender Ted Nugent was fined $10,000
    and given a 1 year hunting ban when he wounded and failed to track a bear. Not
    so responsible and ethical spokespeople.”

    Lifeforce is asking David Booth, to
    take a stand against killing wildlife and to end his trophy hunting hobby. As a
    Christian he can take that higher calling as an animal rights advocate to stop
    animal slavery. He and Pope Francis should follow Francis of Assisi’s work as
    the Patron Saint of Animals. Presently, Booth boasts about killing wildlife such
    as numerous ducks, deer, a mountain goat, and the baited bear in Alberta

  6. shawn says:

    Wow cant believe the comments on hunting, weather for trophy or food. How many of you sit down and eat a beef steak or a pork chop, those animals are raised just for slaughter. No time to enjoy their lives, kept in disgusting pens and slaughtered with no chance of enjoying the great out doors nor a chance to reproduce. They are led by the thousands to untimely deaths by a huge steel pole plunged through their skull to render them motionless. Then having their throat slit and left to bleed out. That is okay but for a hunter to hike, track and maybe having the chance to shoot his prey like we have done for thousands of years is heartless or wrong, get a grip and look yourself in the mirror. I for one hunt to put food on the table and as for trophy hunting that meat is seldom wasted as it goes to people that need it or want it through the people that guide these trips. If anyone hunts and wastes the food they should have their hunting rights removed and guns taken away. HAVE A GREAT DAY AND HAPPY HUNTING.

  7. Look at the facts > huntining doesn’t mean humane death. The bear baited by Booth was eventually found the following day after an agonizing, painful death. Lots of gruesome killings as bow hunters follow the blood trails to find the victims.
    People are also fighting the abuses of factory farming too.

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