Radio Noon - Manitoba | Feb 6, 2013 | 14:40

The Bambi Debate

People on a Hutterite colony were shocked when conservation officers shot an orphaned deer they had rescued. We'll speak with the man who found the fawn, and ask Manitoba Conservation why it was shot in front of people on the colony.

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