The future of hunting: Whitehorse children take part in workshop

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Some children in Whitehorse spent an evening learning about gun safety, traditional territories and how to survive in the woods while hunting. 

The youth hunter education course offered children aged between 10 to 16 a chance to learn basic hunting skills, and even for some, to strengthen what they already know. 

“My dad took me hunting not too long ago,” Dylan Hodinksi said. “We got a moose and it was really fun. I like it because you have to be patient.”

The 12-year-old boy said he’s ready to go on greater hunts. But first, he added, he needs to get better. 

The three-hour course brought together about 20 children at the Yukon University for an evening

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