Morning North | May 9, 2014 | 7:06

Orphaned cub hotline

While the MNR has a bear hotline, the organization Zoocheck Canada and other animal protection groups have set up an orphan bear hotline. We spoke to campaign director Julie Woodyer about the new bear cub rescue hotline.

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