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Nope...and these aren't them either:

http://www.wholesalesports.com/onlinestore/control/category/~category_id...

I'll have to break down and call him to see where he got them. He did say they were a premium bullet - I thought they were Barnes Spitfires but I checked their website and didn't see them listed.

But they exist...and I shall find them (insert evil laugh here)

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Kirrmeister wrote:
Because of searching after wounded deer for me as a german hunter it is completely unbeleavable that you are not allowed to use dogs for this job. A dog is better than any tracker, especially when there is no snow.
Kirrmeister

It varies from province to province. In Ont and NS they are legal. In SK and (I assume) QC they are not.

I know the thought behind the law in SK is that they don't want people using dogs to run deer or push bush with them. In in SK fact you need to get written permission from a Conservation Officer to track wounded game past the end of legal shooting. Too many people have been caught in the bush after dark claiming they were "looking for a deer they shot earlier".