Here's how many black bears were killed by B.C. conservation in September, according to provincial data

A bear named Rufus was killed in Lynn Valley by conservation officers after it appeared to be food conditioned. (Danielle/North Shore Black Bear Society/Facebook) A bear named Rufus was killed in Lynn Valley by conservation officers after it appeared to be food conditioned. (Danielle/North Shore Black Bear Society/Facebook)

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