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New MNRF minister named

New Parry Sound-Muskoka MP Graydon Smith has been named Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) by Ontario Premier Doug Ford.

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Rickford named new MNRF minister

Kenora-Rainy River MPP Greg Rickford is the new natural resources minister as part of a cabinet shuffle announced on Friday, June 18 by Premier Doug Ford.

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Province hiring 25 Conservation Officers

The MNRF announced the hiring of 25 new COs on May 3, fulfilling an election promise made by Premier Doug Ford.

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$1 billion for broadband, cellular access announced

Anglers and hunters accustomed to spotty service in rural Ontario may benefit from a $680 million provincial investment in expanding and improving broadband and cellular access announced on Wednesday, Oct. 4.

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Much of province to reopen

Indoor and outdoor gathering limits will increase to respective maximums of 50 and 100 as most of Ontario outside of the Golden Horseshoe moves to Stage Three of the province’s reopening framework on Friday, July 17.

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Ford against firearms ban

Ontario Premier Doug Ford spoke out against the new federal firearms classification regulations, and criticized the cost of the buyback program.

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Gradual reopenings continue

Marinas, boat clubs, and public boat launches can reopen starting Saturday, May 16, in time for the Victoria Day long weekend.

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Some boat ramps reopening

Some municipal boat ramps are re-opening and some burn bans are being lifted as part of the first steps to reopen Ontario.

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Marinas can reopen

Marinas are among the seasonal businesses that will be allowed to reopen on Monday, May 4, provided they comply with strict public health measures and operate safely during the pandemic, the province announced Friday, May 1.