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In response, we, the Harriet Tubman Home, a 32-acre newly designated national historical site in Auburn, New York, which survives on minimal donations to keep the homestead on which Tubman lived for more than 50 years open to the public, have launched #Bring Harriet Home, our first-ever crowdfunding campaign.A spokesman for Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Marie-France Lalonde called the two-day meeting "an important milestone." "(It) has provided the ministry with important insights that will inform its work with key partners in the coming months to determine the appropriate course of action related to exotic animals," Dorijan Najdovski said in an email.The province is looking at regulating the sale, trade and ownership of exotic animals, he said. -- Monkeys, kangaroos and camels are brought into the ring as the auctioneer bellows into his microphone, sharing interesting tidbits to drum up interest among the few hundred people gathered at a venue northwest of Toronto.Bids come fast from potential buyers, who include owners of small private zoos as well as individuals looking for an exotic pet.We have everything from , and countless unique decorative items.Bid on artwork in a live auction online to add that finishing touch to a room or purchase as an investment.While it is not in our power to take Harriet off the auction block and stop this public sale from happening, we hope to inspire you to make a generous pledge to our campaign.Reaching our minimum goal of ,000 will enable us to participate as an active and competitive bidder on this rescue mission. By helping us raise the money needed to bid on this photo and bring Harriet home, know that we are collectively aligning ourselves with the work of Tubman herself.The province now says it is considering new exotic animal laws.The government took the first tangible steps toward that goal earlier this week, when bureaucrats met with academics to discuss the state of general animal welfare laws in the province.