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The province has increased base funding for emergency forest fire fighting by $30.2 million and is ensuring safety measures are in place to protect fire rangers during the pandemic.
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is lifting the Restricted Fire Zone (RFZ) banning outdoor fires in large parts of Ontario on Saturday, May 16.
The repercussions of angler-caught fish recovery and survival are becoming clearer thanks to recent efforts at two Canadian Universities.
Marinas, boat clubs, and public boat launches can reopen starting Saturday, May 16, in time for the Victoria Day long weekend.
Ethanol levels in gasoline has increased to an allowable amount of 10%, concerning recreational off-road vehicle and marine-industry groups.
Litter clean-up days will be organized province-wide “when the time is right,” following the first Provincial Day of Action on Litter in Ontario on Tuesday, May 12, government officials announced.
Many wild turkeys found to be resistant to the West Nile Virus via a survey funded by the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH).
The province reopened 520 provincial parks and conservation reserves on Monday, May 11 for limited day-use access.
Some municipal boat ramps are re-opening and some burn bans are being lifted as part of the first steps to reopen Ontario.