Ontario OUT of DOORS is your first source for the latest hunting and fishing news and regulation changes.
The Ford government’s provincial budget, released on April 11, has reduced the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry’s (MNRF) budget by $161.7 million, with the bulk of that coming from the Emergency Forest Firefighting portion.
A routine fish salvage exercise last fall on the Rideau Canal at Edmunds Locks found a new and unwelcome species in the Rideau River — round gobies.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police was let off a possible charge of contempt of parliament in connection to provisions of Bill C-71 yet to come into force.
The promise of a convenient new online licensing system by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Foresty (MNRF) is not panning out for some Ontario hunters. Several people have reported experiencing issues trying to print their tags at home.
Two new members have been appointed to the Canadian Firearms Advisory Committee by the Liberal government.
A recent study found Niagara River fish are absorbing anti-depressants from sewage discharge. Other research determined this isn’t a good thing.
The following is a list of notable regulation changes in the 2019 Fishing Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary.
A new weather app called WeatherCAN was introduced by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) on Feb. 14.
Pro anglers Chris Johnston and older brother Cory of Peterborough brought their winning ways to the first stop on the BASS Elite Series Tour on the St. John’s River, Palatka, Florida this past weekend.