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Moose Guides

Hector Hines, of Meat Cove, runs a guiding operation in Northern Cape Breton. He switched from ATVs to horses for environmental reasons imposed by the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources in the Pollett's Cove Wilderness Area. This has hurt the moose hunting business and he explains the situation to Reporter Joan Weeks.  (runs 5:47)

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