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Moose population sees dramatic decline, but no solution until after provincial election

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There are reports that the moose population in the Prince George region have declined by up to 50% over the past decade. A symposium to discuss the issue and find a solution was supposed to happen this week, but has been cancelled because of the provincial election. Jim Glaicar of the Spruce City Wildlife Association spoke with Daybreak's Andrew Kurjata.

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