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The future of the George River caribou at risk

mother_fawn325.jpgAboriginal groups in Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador agree on one thing: the George River caribou herd needs to be protected. The herd's dramatic decline brought leaders together in Kuujjuaq last week to try and draft a management plan. But some groups are more willing than others to give up their traditional hunt. CBC's Sarah Rogers tells us about the first-ever Aboriginal summit in Kuujjuaq on the future of the George River caribou.
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