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Province needs to crack down on night hunting: wildlife federation

Dwayne Strate, a retired Manitoba natural resource officer speaks about the dangers of hunting at night with a spotlight during a Manitoba Wildlife Federation news conference calling for a ban on the practice.

MIKE DEAL / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Dwayne Strate, a retired Manitoba natural resource officer speaks about the dangers of hunting at night with a spotlight during a Manitoba Wildlife Federation news conference calling for a ban on the practice.

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Updated on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at 1:15 PM CST: Changes photo.

1:30 PM: Writethru; adds photo.

2:17 PM: Writethru.

3:00 PM: Adds comment from province.

4:00 PM: Clarifies status of aerial surveillance program.

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