The University of Victoria campus used to be overrun with rabbits. It now has few, if any, rabbits.
So what happened to them? Where did they go?
Whatever you’re thinking, you’re probably correct.
Andrew Hynes and Amanda Watland take us down one of Canada’s strangest rabbit holes. Happy Easter!
Produced by Andrew Hynes and Mary Decker, a version of this episode was originally presented on CFUV’s U in the Ring podcast on August 1 and 8, 2019.
Host: Jesse Brown
Credits: Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Jonathan Goldsbie (News Editor), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor)
Featured guests: Judith Lavoie, Laura Lee Shaw, Sorelle Saidman, Barbara Smith, Georgeanne Lenham
Additional music by Audio Network
Sponsors: Canva, Public Service Alliance of Canada, Squarespace
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