Coyote, the game character who played by Will Smith in the 2009 film, is now a fixture in the city’s parks.
But what happens when the Wilee E.C.P.E. clinic opens next year?
“We can’t let the clinic become a breeding ground for the spread,” said Rob Schmitt, the former mayor of the city who co-founded the clinic.
“We need to make sure we’re building the infrastructure in a safe way, but we can’t allow the clinic to become a magnet for disease.”
That’s why the clinic will remain open only to patients with severe symptoms and who have not yet tested positive for the virus.
It will not be open to the general public, and will not offer vaccinations, Schmitt said.
The clinic, which is in a public park in Vancouver, is set to open in the spring of 2021.
WileE, a coyote who is a former gang member, is a major part of the game.
He has become the city of Vancouver’s most popular mascot.
He can be seen at a variety of locations throughout the city, often accompanied by a barking dog.
His character has become one of the most divisive figures in recent years.
It was the first film to depict the Wiles, the “Coyotes” in the “The Hurt Locker” franchise, as well as in “Catch Me If You Can.”
The movie also drew harsh criticism for its portrayal of the disease.
The movie’s producers said the Wils were not real coyotes.
Schmitt said that’s incorrect, saying they are real coyote species that roam the Vancouver parklands.
He said Wiles are not the only species in the park that are attracted to human waste.
“They can’t be the only ones in the Vancouver area,” he said.
The Wiles also have been a cause for concern because they are territorial animals.
They can be aggressive toward humans, including those they see as a threat.
Schmitt also said Wilees can cause serious illnesses, including respiratory problems and infections in the throat.
“I don’t think you’re going to get Wileys in Vancouver,” he added.
While Wileez have appeared in films and on television shows, they have rarely been in the spotlight in recent times.
In 2016, a Vancouver man was charged with killing an elderly woman by running her over with his car and shooting her in the head in a park.
Another Vancouver man, who authorities say was in possession of a Wilez-themed toy, was convicted of assault for shooting and killing a man.
After Wileis appearance in the film, Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson told CBC News that the city had been “in the dark about Wile’s origins for decades.”
“He’s very much a part of our community,” Robertson said.
“The Wile and the Wiley and the Fox are the most popular mascots in the whole city, and we’re all very aware of their relationship to the city.”
“The city is very concerned about how that will affect the health of our residents, our parks, and our parks and parks and the public,” he continued.
“The city would like to make a statement about how we are taking the right steps to make that happen.”