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Rebate, funding offers hope for northern tourism

by Jason Bain | December 4, 2020

A 20% tourism travel rebate proposed in the provincial budget, as well as an emergency funding opportunity offers hope for tourism operators dealing with the crushing blow of pandemic-induced travel restrictions.

Bear hunt return feature shortlisted for award

by Editorial Staff | December 2, 2020

OOD has been shortlisted for a 2020 COPA for Assistant Editor Steve Galea’s How the spring bear hunt was lost and won.

2021 outdoors shows up in air

by Jeff Helsdon | November 30, 2020

Annual outdoor shows are one of the first signs of the coming season for many anglers and hunters — but 2021 shows are not set in stone due to pandemic-related uncertainty.

Licence refund requests on the rise

by Steve Galea | November 26, 2020

Requests from American anglers and hunters seeking refunds or extensions for purchased hunting and fishing licences are on the rise.

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New moose tag allocation process explained online

by Steve Galea | November 25, 2020

A provincial webpage explaining how to navigate through the new points-based moose tag allocation process went online in mid-October.

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Flight feathers tell a story

by Barney Moorhouse | November 24, 2020

Researchers can now get a better sense of where waterfowl originated from by studying birds’ flight feathers.

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DUC acquires St. Luke’s Marsh

by Editorial Staff | November 23, 2020

Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC) has acquired St. Luke’s Marsh, one of the few remaining coastal wetlands on Lake St. Clair.

Trail Cam Photo Contest 2020: Voting

by Editorial Staff | November 20, 2020

The Ontario OUT of DOORS 2020 Trail Cam Photo Contest is now underway, offering participants a chance to win a brand new trail camera.

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Park permit prices reduced

by Editorial Staff | November 17, 2020

Province reduces the price of day-use vehicle permits, as well as increases the number of permits that can be borrowed from public libraries.