Newsby Jason Bain | December 6, 2019
Forests Ontario has made the 50 Million Tree Program more accessible.
Cookingby Andrew Rochon | December 4, 2019
These thin slices of lightly seared venison loin rolled in fresh herbs and drizzled with a delicious combination of cream and oil will delight the taste buds.
Fishingby Vanessa Stark | December 2, 2019
Guns & Gearby Editorial Staff | November 29, 2019
This year's Ontario OUT of DOORS Trail Cam Photo Contest drew hundreds of impressive entries and thousands of votes.
Newsby Jason Bain | November 29, 2019
Neither human error nor negligent dam operation caused this spring’s damaging floods, according to an independent report released by the province on Thursday (Nov. 28).
Newsby Steve Galea | November 28, 2019
The circumstances surrounding the death of a hunter found in Morley Township west of Fort Frances earlier this week remain under investigation.
Newsby Steve Galea | November 28, 2019
One more obstacle preventing a cormorant hunt was addressed on November 7 when the provincial government updated the Environmental Registry of Ontario (ERO) proposal regarding the hunt.
Newsby Jason Bain | November 27, 2019
Two-wheeled off-road vehicles such as dirt bikes may soon be allowed on local roads if a new provincial proposal becomes law.
Big Gameby Gord Ellis | November 26, 2019
Of all the ways to hunt deer, nothing is more challenging than putting the stalk on them. Whitetail deer are built to sense danger on the ground, and have developed incredible senses of smell, sight, and hearing to avoid predators.
Newsby Editorial Staff | November 20, 2019
Thank you to everyone who entered! You can now vote for your favourite photo from the top 25 finalists selected by the OOD edit team.
Big Gameby Jeff Helsdon | November 20, 2019
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirmed in September that a 77-year-old man contracted pulmonary tuberculosis (TB) from a deer.
Newsby Jeff Helsdon | November 19, 2019
New York State is suing the International Joint Commission (IJC), the Canadian-American organization that manages the two countries’ border waters.
Fishingby Jeff Helsdon | November 18, 2019
Initial trawling assessment results for 2019’s walleye hatch are the second highest on record, confirming Lake Erie’s continuing walleye abundance.
Huntingby Barney Moorhouse | November 15, 2019
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) will be conducting its Chronic Wasting Disease Provincial Surveillance Program again in two regions during the firearms season for deer.
Fishingby Ben Beattie | November 14, 2019
Muskie are known as the fish of 10,000 casts, and for good reason — they’re hard to catch. Even when things go well, there is a thin margin between being a “zero” and a “hero.” When catching just one fish is the measure of success, even a small mistake can lead to failure and heartbreak.
Huntingby Bob McGary | November 13, 2019
It's never too cold to harvest geese or wind-buffeted mallards, Bob McGary writes after taking part in a hunt on a snow-covered field near Hamilton.
Cookingby Andrew Rochon | November 7, 2019
This recipe has been prepared at our hunt camp since before I was born, and will be made for many more years to come.
Newsby Jason Bain | November 5, 2019
There were fewer forest fires in Ontario this year, but they burned nearly the same amount of landscape as they did in 2018, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF).
Newsby Editorial Staff | November 1, 2019
The Ontario OUT of DOORS 2019 Trail Cam Photo Contest is now underway, once again offering participants a chance to win one of three new Bushnell trail cameras.
Fishingby OOD in partnership with Quebec Outfitters | November 1, 2019
Quebec Outfitters is offering a chance to win one of two $250 gift cards at Bass Pro Shop/Cabela's for completing a survey.
Ask a COby Editorial Staff | October 31, 2019
A conservation officer explains new mandatory hunter reporting requirements that came into effect in Ontario on January 1, 2019.
Huntingby Vanessa Stark | October 31, 2019
Big Gameby Steve Galea | October 29, 2019
My hands trembled imperceptibly. My heartbeat sounded something like a ruffed grouse drumming on a distant log. My knees were more than a little shaky, too. I am always like that after the shot.
Huntingby Andrew Rochon | October 25, 2019
A late-season outing near Napanee opened contributor Andrew Rochon's eyes to a level of duck hunting unlike any other he had seen.
Huntingby Gord Ellis | October 23, 2019
I’m not sure when the term “trophy” came into the language of the angler and hunter. I can’t recall if it was always around or if it’s something the outdoor community adopted more recently. Yet this single word, when attached to fish and game of any kind, reveals an extreme polarity of views.
These tips will lengthen the life of your decoys, add realism, and give you more bang for your buck, contributor Scott McGuigan wrote in the 2018-2019 Hunting Annual.