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Thunder Bay couple teaches their kids the trapping lifestyle

A couple near Thunder Bay, Ont. are teaching their children to trap and skin animals, an activity the parents say keeps their kids out of trouble and off the couch.
'An Ontario couple is teaching their children to trap and skin animals, an activity they consider healthier than "sitting on a couch... with iPads.' 8:13

A couple near Thunder Bay, Ont. are teaching their children to trap and skin animals, an activity the parents say keeps their kids out of trouble and off the couch.

Watch the report by CBC's Nick Purdon to learn what the family thinks of outside criticism from animal-rights activists, and how much they make from trapping in a year.

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