By Miranda Leybourne Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Manitoba Metis Federation is accusing the provincial government of using “scare tactics” to dissuade Metis citizens from harvesting bull moose ahead of the upcoming hunting season. “It’s absolutely horrible,” Will Goodon, a Manitoba Metis Federation (MMF) minister and a harvester himself, said about the way he believes the government has approached Metis harvesting rights. “I think it’s at a point where the province needs to stop thinking about politics and start thinking about what’s right.” As the Sun reported yesterday, on Oct. 17 the MMF will reopen the Duck and Porcupine mountains, located north of Brandon, for the limited hunting of bull moose, which does not include cows, calves or yearlings. That same day, the MMF will hold a lottery-style draw for
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