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Speaking Out Against Illegal Deer Farms

redmond.jpgThe death of a Saint-Leonard man has focused attention on the practice of keeping wild deer penned on private property. Gerry Redmond says the provincial government has turned a blind eye to these deer farms. Redmond is a former senior wildlife biologist with the provincial government. He spoke with the CBC's Susan King.

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