U.S. poachers could face charges in Saskatchewan

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Two American men could face charges in Saskatchewan for illegally hunting a number of animals before hauling their carcasses back to the United States.

The duo, who have been convicted of deer poaching in Missouri, allegedly shot a number of animals, including white-tailed deer, a coyote, an antelope and a badger in 2016, according to Yorkon This Week.

Two Canadians have been charged for allegedly helping the two men.