Daybreak Montreal | Mar 5, 2013 | 7:46

Coyotes in Pointe-Saint-Charles

A trapping company has been catching coyotes in Pointe-Saint-Charles. Three were recently caught near the Via Rail tracks. Trappers say the coyotes were attracted to the area in part because people leave food out for them.

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