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    Quote Originally Posted by redd foxx View Post
    Hamilton.... you're right on. If there wasn't a market they wouldn't kill as much game.
    Gotta wonder how many of the customers are northern Ontario residents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_iles View Post
    Unfortunately, these stories are common. We hear similar stories from NW Ontario as well. I spoke with a CO two years ago who said they can't even ask a FN if they have seen a moose. He also said he needed approval from Toronto, before he could investigate an offence involving FN. Something needs to change !!
    When the OOP stand with their hands in their pockets while FN residents block major rail lines, the MNRF are not going to get involved in illegal moose kills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxx View Post
    When the OOP stand with their hands in their pockets while FN residents block major rail lines, the MNRF are not going to get involved in illegal moose kills.
    You are right on ! How can the people in the trenches take these issues on, when there is no backing from the Government ? What needs to change is the Government's will to solve a problem they are responsible for creating !!

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    How do they do it out west or in the USA ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SK33T3R View Post
    This entire country needs a good hard friggin shake!

    We're so politically correct and polite that that tail has been wagging the dog for a long time and it's escalating out of control.

    At some point the majority has to have more say then the minorities! Wars have never been won with minorities.

    I always thought that when a majority won that they'd impose their will and the rest would follow suit, or else.

    It's no wonder Trump won in the US. I think the majority reached their breaking point and we as Canadians usually follow suit a few years later.

    We're so polite it's sickening. How does our PM praise a dead Cuban dictator???? What's next? Hitler was just a confused, mixed up man and he should be forgiven too?

    Hit the nail on the head. the left wing side is who created Trump by forcing their political correct bull down the tax payers throats. It's only a matter of time until Canadians revolt in the same way

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    Quote Originally Posted by myot View Post
    Hit the nail on the head. the left wing side is who created Trump by forcing their political correct bull down the tax payers throats. It's only a matter of time until Canadians revolt in the same way
    Dan
    Our spineless government wants to be friends and hug everyone. They don't have the fortitude to make the HARD decisions!
    I knew parents like that and their children are either on drugs, homeless, or in jail.

    The problem I see is that when we reach our breaking point we will either enter into civil war or have terrorists groups right her in our own country. Both sides are equally to blame.

    Most of us will be long gone by then - but it's coming!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deadeye View Post
    Everybody save your money. Go to newfoundland. Lots moose there still.
    That is a good point. The population there is not suffering any decline. Perhaps someone should examine the differences between Newfoundland and Ontario to try and find a potential cause for Ontario's declining numbers.
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    Contact your local MPP, MNRF Minister and OFAH with your concerns. If you don't bring issues to their attention, well, don't expect anything to get done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delmer View Post
    Perhaps someone should examine the differences between Newfoundland and Ontario to try and find a potential cause for Ontario's declining numbers.
    The answer is fairly straight forward. Ontario has almost 14 million people. NFLD has only 530 thousand. Nowhere near the pressure and nowhere near the access.

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    • Numbering 35,800, about 3% of the Aboriginal identity population in Canada lived in Newfoundland and Labrador in 2011. They made up 7% of the total population of that province. Newfoundland and Labrador had the largest Aboriginal population of all the Atlantic provinces.

    By geez boyz some on here would be tellin us the Moose are doomed,doomed, with em numbers or should even be extinct on the Island by now.LOL

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