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Halifax, Nova Scotia

Halifax, Nova Scotia is the largest city on the eastern coast of Canada. It boasts a rich history and many Canadian landmarks such as Peggy’s Cove and Citadel Hill. Due to the proximity of the city to the coast, there’s a diverse wildlife population. Animals have moved into urban centres and are thriving by living in attics, sheds and other structures. Skedaddle Humane Wildlife Control helps homes and businesses in the Halifax area prevent wildlife from causing damage to their property and keeping families safe.

Meet the Team

Andrew Wheelock holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from Mount Allison University and completed post graduate studies in Environmental Biology at the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. He began his career in 1995 as a Field Technician for Weed Man Lawn in Halifax. Andrew would go on to manage and hold shares in six Weed Man franchises throughout the Maritimes. Since 2011, he has owned and operated Truly Nolen Pest Control’s Halifax franchise and is also bringing innovation to the portable toilet industry with Honey Huts. Andrew is a husband and father of three young children.

Derek Martin was born and raised in Hamilton, Ontario and arrived on the east coast to study and play football at Sir Francis Xavier University. While earning a degree in Kinesiology, Derek quarterbacked the team to a Vanier Cup appearance in 1996. Today, Derek is president of Sports & Entertainment Atlantic a full-service sport and entertainment event management, sponsorship and promotion company. The company has helped to manage and promote numerous music and sporting events in the Halifax area including the world junior hockey championships, the 2011 and 2012 FIVB Beach Volleyball Swatch junior world championships, as well as numerous university and CFL football games.

Karl holding some new raccoon babies

Karl Williams earned a Fish and Wildlife Technician diploma from the College of the North Atlantic in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, and brings a wealth of wildlife knowledge to the team.

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