Hunting guide handed 10-year ban, $22K in fines: B.C. Conservation Officer Service | Globalnews.ca


Court records show that Richard Todd Bunnage was initially charged with 13 offences ranging between Sept. 2019 and May 2021, with all but one occurring in 2019.

The Conservation Officer Service posted on social media that Richard Todd Bunnage pled guilty in Cranbrook, B.C., on Tuesday to three Wildlife Act offences.
Court records show that Bunnage was initially charged with 13 offences ranging between September 2019 and May 2021, with all but one occurring in 2019.
“During the investigation that took place between 2019 and 2021, Conservation Officers in the Fort Nelson area determined that Bunnage guided several non-resident hunters in areas outside the territory he was authorized to guide in,” said the COS.
“Bunnage is also prohibited from being a guide outfitter or assistant guide in B.C. for a period of 10 years,” said the COS, adding the man was also charged in 2018 for guiding outside his territory and providing a false statement.


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