Posts Tagged ‘Conservation’

Minister Graydon Smith
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Meeting Minister Graydon Smith

Getting to know shark wrangler and former radio personality, Graydon Smith, Natural Resources
and Forestry Minister.

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Feds fund migratory birds

Woodcock are among the migratory birds that will benefit from nearly $2 million in federal funding over the next three years.

fishing survey results
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2022 Fishing Survey results

The 2022 Fishing Survey drew hundreds of participants last year, and here are the results. Keep your eyes open for our next campaign.

Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve
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Georgian Bay Biosphere funded

The Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve, which from the Severn River to the French River, received $585,000 in federal funds.

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Feds form conservation committee

The federal government kicked off Canadian Environment Week with the announcement of a Nature Advisory Committee (NAC).

caribou grazing in a river
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Caribou agreement struck

The provincial and the federal governments reached an agreement in late April to support the conservation of boreal caribou in Ontario.

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2022 Fishing Survey

Ontario OUT of DOORS’ Fishing Survey 2022 gives participants a chance to win a bucketful of fine CUDA products.

a late-season buck peeking
Big Game
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Sizing-up trophy antlers

I set out to learn if harvesting large white-tailed deer with impressive antlers reduces the number of large deer in future generations.

debating jakes in a field with a decoy
Wild Turkey
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Debating jakes

As hunters, we should embrace our hunting and conservation success stories, and focus less on the age and size of our harvests, Jeff Helsdon writes.