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Quebec's travelling journalist: October 2012 Archives

How hunters mark territory in the woods

DSC_0690.JPGBalloons, car seats, old tires. These are just a few ways that roads in the backwoods of the Gaspésie signify that hunters are in the area. Kim Garritty tells us what it's like to drive along the fringes of the moose hunt in October.
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Kim Garritty has been bringing us these stories all week. Here are some of her earlier reports:

Police presence in hunting territory in the Gaspé region

Quebec Am's Kim Garritty it taking a look at how law enforcement officials are responding to tension in the woods in the Gaspé region. We'll hear how the backroads are increasingly on the radar of the provincial police.
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Earlier reports:

Tension among hunters in the Gaspé

Sometimes it might be just irritation among fellow hunters, or maybe it might lead to words about who has the right to be where on public land. But at its worst, there have been death threats. Quebec AM producer Kim Garritty brings us a report for us on what is happening in the woods and what might be leading to some of the conflict.

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