The federal government announced just over $200,000 in funding towards restoration of fish and wildlife habitat in the Toronto Region Area.
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A study reports that since the highway became four lanes in 2012, vehicle-elk collisions near Greater Sudbury have more than doubled.
Anglers looking for an environmentally friendly option for used soft plastics can now recycle them with True North Baits.
Empirical evidence supports ballast-water regulation as the primary cause of declining non-native species in the Great Lakes.
OFAH visited Parliament Hill to communicate the importance of the Great Lakes to federal politicians during a Great Lakes Day gathering.
Canadian residents’ final opportunities to fish licence-free are just around the corner, including this Father’s Day weekend.
A collaborative volunteer effort provides parking spaces and access into the North River and Matchedash Bay, making it more user friendly.
Four Ontario OUT of DOORS contributors have once again been honoured by the Outdoors Writers of Canada (OWC) with five annual awards for 2022.