COVID-19 impacting outdoors community

by Editorial Staff | August 7, 2020

The global outbreak of novel coronavirus COVID-19 is having a tremendous impact on life around the world. Check back here regularly to learn about how the pandemic is impacting the outdoors community in Ontario.

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What’s happening with firearms

by Editorial Staff | August 7, 2020

Our editorial team has created a hub for the latest information on firearm ownership in 2020. Stay informed by checking back regularly for updates.

Henry Repeating Arms

Henry H015 single-shot rifles, shotguns recalled

by Jeff Helsdon | August 7, 2020

Henry Repeating Arms issued a recall of all H015 single-shot rifles and shotguns manufactured prior to July 1, 2020.

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Fishing tackle sales surge

by Jeff Helsdon | August 6, 2020

Retailers across the province have had a hard time meeting the “crazy” demand for fishing tackle during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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COVID-19 adds to process for mailing guns

by Steve Galea | August 4, 2020

The process for mailing firearms has got a little more complicated due to the challenges presented by COVID-19. Find out how.

Input sought on Ganaraska fishing

by Editorial Staff | August 4, 2020

Councillors in Port Hope will soon decide between a partial or complete closure of a popular fishing area for the annual fall salmon migration as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.


Fall double-crested cormorant hunt approved

by Editorial Staff | July 31, 2020

Ontario will introduce a fall hunting season for double-crested cormorants to help limit the impacts of the damaging, fish-eating bird.

Firearms licence production delayed and restarted

by Jeff Helsdon | July 31, 2020

The Canadian Firearms Program recently re-initiated the production of firearms licence cards, though the backlog may still cause serious delays.

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Lyme disease-positive tick found in Kawarthas

by Editorial Staff | July 29, 2020

Peterborough Public Health is reminding everyone to be extra cautious after finding the first Lyme disease-positive tick of the season.