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The federal government has unexpectedly withdrawn two highly contentious firearm law amendments that would have banned hundreds of firearms, many commonly used by hunters.
Increasingly, Canada’s natural gas and oil industry is a source of opportunities for Indigenous businesses such as Ontario-based Carbonix.
Catch the fun of province-wide free fishing starting this Family Day weekend from Feb. 18-20, 2023. Conservation limits apply.
It's been a "hit-or-miss season" for annual moose aerial inventories, an MNRF expert told OFAH members during a recent webinar.
How Ontario's cervids - white-tailed deer, moose, elk and caribou - respond to a rapidly changing climate is of great interest to hunters.
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This reader asks if the CF1 is a suitable form of veteran identification, allowing them to fish free in Ontario.
The February 2023 solunar calendar is now available! Get the dates and times when fish and wildlife will be most active this month.
Hunters and anglers know that being outdoors reduces stress and anxiety. Some groups offer programs to aid in this endeavour.
Researchers are using Saildrone's wind and solar-powered technology to assist with assessing Great Lakes fisheries.
About 12,000 deer and wildlife vehicle collisions occur annually in Ontario, resulting in approximately 400 human injuries.