Closing Arguments Heard in Métis Hunting Case -CBC

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Closing arguments heard in Métis hunting case

Last Updated: Thursday, November 15, 2007 | 3:52 PM CT
CBC News

A court in Brandon, Man., heard closing arguments Thursday in a precedent-setting trial over Métis hunting rights.

Will Goodon was charged in 2004 after he shot a duck without a provincial hunting licence. He did possess a Métis “harvester” card, issued by the Manitoba Métis Federation, but the province has refused to recognize those cards.

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