Posts Tagged ‘COVID-19’

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Ammo supply still spotty

This hunting season, ammunition availability should improve but could still be limited due to consumer demand and the impact of COVID-19.

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Appraising a Browning .338 BAR

The following is an appraisal of a Browning Auto Rifle from Classic Gear columnist, appraiser, and consultant Ken Doherty.

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Tourism recovery funding offered

The province is investing $100 million through a new program to help tourism operators recover from the impacts of the pandemic.

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Deer group no longer in Canada

The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA), a group that worked to promote sustainable, high-quality deer populations, wildlife habitats and ethical hunting experiences, is no longer in Canada.

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Free day-use permits Monday to Thursday at Ontario Parks

Ontario is offering free day-use permits at 115 provincial parks from Monday to Thursday until Sept. 2, the province announced on Friday, May 28.

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Province invests in tourism training

Some 300 people will get free training to work in the ailing northern Ontario tourism industry this summer thanks to a $1.25 million investment by the province.

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Waterway to open Friday

The Trent-Severn Waterway will open for navigation on Friday, May 28 at 9 a.m. with pandemic-related health and safety conditions in place.

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Waterway opening delayed by pandemic

The opening of the Trent-Severn Waterway has been delayed until at least June 2 as a result of the pandemic, Parks Canada announced on Tuesday, May 19.

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Pandemic fuels interest in hunting and fishing

More Americans have turned to hunting and fishing during the pandemic, but the jury is still out on that trend in Ontario.