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Thread: Ask a CO: What are the penalties if a misidentified moose is shot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by newbiehunter View Post
    Does anyone know where does "confiscated meat" go after CO's get it ?

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    Well the rumour is that they give it to food banks but I am pretty sure that a few pounds ends up elsewhere. LOL

    But a good question, I wonder if they issue permits to possess, would a CO have to issue themselves a permit. He,he...

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    I’m pretty sure around here most of it goes to First Nation.
    I thought there was regulations against wild-meat going to Food Banks???
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    This might be a good question to askCO section

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    Never been in any camp in this situation luckily. From what I have heard is that if you call and report the mistake you got the minimum. You try to hide it and they try and give you the maximum, a court date, and the judges know this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deer Hunter View Post
    I’m pretty sure around here most of it goes to First Nation.
    I thought there was regulations against wild-meat going to Food Banks???
    I used to volunteer at a local food bank (not to be confused with a "soup kitchen") and we weren't allowed to distribute anything like meat except if it was in a can and the date had to be "best before". Health department and Social Services regulations.

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