Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry John Yakabuski has announced that the government is stopping hunting licence fee increases for all Ontario residents for 2019.
The $2 hunting licence service fee will also be removed.
“We’re making it easier for Ontarians to enjoy the great outdoors by keeping hunting licences affordable,” said Minister Yakabuski.
“This year, there will be no price hike and no service fee.”
The announcement was made at the OFAH/Mario Cortellucci Hunting & Fishing Heritage Centre, owned and operated by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters.
This fee freeze follows a similar announcement made in December that affected fishing licence fees for Ontario residents.