BY MONICA DOBIE, in Montreal
THE SUPPLY of Canadian seal meat and salami may rise if the country's federal government adopts proposals discussed at a recent Canada Seal Forum meeting. Government officials, animal rights activists and hunters met in Newfoundland, to discuss changing existing regulation that prohibits hunting blue-back seals until the age of two and baby seals until they moult their fluffy coats at two-and-a-half weeks.

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