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Bear-poaching network dismantled in Quebec

Federal and provincial wildlife officials say they have dismantled what is believed to be one of the most extensive poaching networks operating in Quebec.

A group of more than 100 poachers are accused of illegally hunting, buying and selling bear gall bladders as well as big game such as moose.

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Quebec City political correspondent

Rhéal Séguin is a journalist and political scientist. Born and educated in southern Ontario, he completed his undergraduate degree in political science at York University and a master's degree in political science at the Université du Québec à Montréal.Rhéal has practised journalism since 1978, first with Radio-Canada in radio and television and then with CBC Radio. More

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