News | Mar 25, 2013 | 2:00

Bear cubs found

Three very young bear cubs are now under the care of a New Brunswick wildlife rescue and rehabilitation centre. The three cubs were found abandoned on the side of road near Springfield, just outside of Fredericton. Susan King has the story of their discovery and rescue.

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