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Hamilton’s beavers can breathe a little easier now that trapping will be considered a last resort rather than an ongoing practice at local conservation areas.
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The Hamilton Conservation Authority (HCA) has chosen to continue the suspension of all trapping in their parks until a committee can prepare new policies –