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Canada Sask. man, 78, arrested after standing in path of brush and tree clearing

01:05  23 november  2019
01:05  23 november  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

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"Damn it, why do they do this? Why are they insisting on carrying on this way, mulching all these trees, messing up the habitat for all the small wildlife which aren't hurting anybody?" Myles MacDonald said Thursday as he walked through the ditch near his home in Paddockwood, Sask., about 150 kilometres north of Saskatoon.

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Earlier this week, MacDonald saw a worker clearing trees and brush from the adjacent ditches. Macdonald asked the worker to stop.

The man continued, so Macdonald stood in front of the machine and refused to move.

"He said, 'You're stopping me from doing my job.' I said, 'That's exactly what I'm trying to do.' " MacDonald said. 

a person in a desert: Myles MacDonald goes for a walk each day outside his Prince Albert-area home. He says it won't be the same after the local rural municipality cut down the roadside trees. © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Myles MacDonald goes for a walk each day outside his Prince Albert-area home. He says it won't be the same after the local rural municipality cut down the roadside trees.

MacDonald said the man told him the trees made the road more muddy and snowy. MacDonald told him he's lived there nearly 40 years and the trees keep snow off the road.

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The worker called the RCMP. MacDonald was arrested and taken to police cells near Prince Albert. He was held for a few hours. By the time he got back home, all the tress had been cut down.

Artists Myles MacDonald has used the forest near his Prince Albert-area home as inspiration for several of his paintings. © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Artists Myles MacDonald has used the forest near his Prince Albert-area home as inspiration for several of his paintings.

A one-kilometre stretch of brush and trees had been removed from the ditch on the south side of the road.

"I'm looking at all of this stuff and wondering 'What the hell are the thinking?' " MacDonald said.

"Nobody's considering the cloudy salamanders or spring peepers, let alone these Pacific tree frogs which are extremely rare around here, much less the garter snakes, the voles — just because they aren't moose or deer."

a pile of hay: The Rural Municipality of Paddockwood says it needed to clear brush this week on a one kilometre stretch of road. Residents Meg and Myles MacDonald say the operation needlessly destroyed the ever-shrinking natural spaces in the area. © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation The Rural Municipality of Paddockwood says it needed to clear brush this week on a one kilometre stretch of road. Residents Meg and Myles MacDonald say the operation needlessly destroyed the ever-shrinking natural spaces in the area.

MacDonald noted the habitat in question was not near an intersection, so road safety was not an issue.

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RM of Paddockwood councillor Tom McKnight said they clear brush from roadsides every year. He said they stay off private property and limit the cutting to RM road allowances.

"It's a big deal right now. People are saying the world's coming to an end. Well, it's not coming to an end because we cut some willows in the ditch," McKnight said.

a tree on a dirt track: This is what the grid road near Myles MacDonald`s home looked like last summer. © Provided by Canadian Broadcasting Corporation This is what the grid road near Myles MacDonald`s home looked like last summer.

MacDonald said he didn't make any progress after speaking this week with provincial and federal conservation officials. He said he'll still go for his walks along the road, but it won't feel the same. He hopes officials here and across Saskatchewan will think twice before destroying the ever-shrinking number of natural spaces.

"They're following playbooks written years and years ago," MacDonald said.

"I'm just a thorn in their side. People like me — these tree huggers, ancient hippies — well, soon we'll be dead. They can wait until it all grows back and then cut it down again. We won't be here to see it."

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