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Last year’s record number of campsite reservations in Ontario provided an incentive for updating the reservation system.
Lamprey control efforts are expected to return to normal this year after two years of pandemic restrictions.
The Trent-Severn Waterway will open on schedule this Victoria Day long weekend for the first time since 2019.
Firearms sellers must verify the validity of the buyer’s licence and confirm their identity as part of new federal firearm regulations.
The province is investing $6.7 million to aid approximately 150 wetland projects across the province, funding six conservation partners.
A charity that puts smiles on the faces of children battling cancer will once again host its annual fishing derby later this month.
Three animal rights groups filed a lawsuit against the NDMNRF over a coyote-hunting contest held by a Belleville hunting and fishing store.
A Western University study discovered that fear of predators can reduce wildlife populations by as much as 50% within a five-year period.
Lake Erie walleye survey numbers set a new hatch record for 2021, the fourth consecutive strong year for the fishery.