Labrador Morning | Dec 5, 2012 | 9:13

No Caribou hunt is sustainable at this point

Caribou from the George River herd have been spotted on Orma Lake Road, not far from Churchill Falls. Some say Innu have been in the area hunting since last week. With the most recent herd population numbers as low as twenty seven thousand, the Labrador Hunting and Fishing Association does not support any kind of hunt at this time. To explain more, President Tony Chubbs in studio with Tony Dawson.

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