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Moose sedated and relocated after wandering into Lachute

On Sunday morning a moose wandered into downtown Lachute, causing traffic disruptions and generating a lot of local attention. Provincial game wardens were called to relocate the animal, which was sedated, loaded onto a trailer and released back into the wild in the forest in Brownsburg-Chatham.


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