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Ontario OUT of DOORS is your first source for the latest hunting and fishing news and regulation changes.
New podcast series by Ontario Power Generation (OPG) highlights stories of those combating climate change by reducing carbon emissions.
What firearms are reasonable for hunting is the focus of a report released today by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH).
The Coalition of the West Credit River filed an Environmental Bill of Rights application for investigation of the town of Erin.
This hunting season, ammunition availability should improve but could still be limited due to consumer demand and the impact of COVID-19.
An advance in genetics will help scientists to better understand — and rehabilitate —Great Lakes lake trout.
The following is an appraisal of a Browning Auto Rifle from Classic Gear columnist, appraiser, and consultant Ken Doherty.
Two separate initiatives are examining methods of genetic control, which would target a specific invasive mussel species.
The province plans to add 46.5 hectares (115 acres) of wetlands connected to Bowmanville, Soper, and Wilmot creeks to the Greenbelt.
The province is investing $100 million through a new program to help tourism operators recover from the impacts of the pandemic.