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POINT BLANK
Alberta’s Report A Poacher program is a great success. Proper funding and support will keep it that way.
BY DANIEL BOYCO
COMMON LAWS
Special permits and licences help disabled hunters stay in the game.
BY RICHARD LYONS
READERS WRITE
Letters to the editor
LOOKING BACK
If we really wanted to fight crime, we would insist on having licence plates front and back.
BY J. B. STRUTHERS
HUNTING FOR TOMORROW
Compared to many other activities, hunting is a safe bet.
BY KELLY SEMPLE
OUTFITTERS SOCIETY
Hunters must stand together if the sport is to survive.
BY BOB HEYDE
THE PROBLEM WITH WILDLIFE
Moose can be nasty at the best of times, but the late winter blues (and high tick loads) make matters worse.
BY NEIL BRAD
CASE IN POINT
Canada’s top court continues to make some astonishing decisions in relation to treaty hunting and fishing rights.
BY RICHARD SERVETNYK
FINAL VERDICT
Maritimers masquerading as Alberta resident hunters end up on the receiving end of a judge’s gavel.
BY MILES GROVE
UNDER FOOT
Bear grass: a member of the Lily Family once used by natives to make baskets.
BY STEVE MACRAE
WORKS QUIRKS
A cougar in the woodshed.
BY STEVE WASYLIK

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