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Ontario-based online hunter safety course coming

New hunters will have an Ontario-based Hunter Safety Course (HSC) option by late summer.

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Pelee pheasant hunt back on for 2021

The Pelee Island Pheasant Hunt will be going ahead in 2021. Interested hunters are asked to watch the page in coming months for more details.

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New measures reduce risk of CWD entering Ontario

Additional regulations meant to prevent Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) from entering Ontario were introduced on December 17.

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Licence refund requests on the rise

Requests from American anglers and hunters seeking refunds or extensions for purchased hunting and fishing licences are on the rise.

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Slobs cause Quinte Conservation to charge parking fees

Quinte Conservation (QC) has resumed charging for parking to offset burgeoning cleanup costs.

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Hunting during a pandemic

By planning ahead and making some changes, hunters can keep doing what they love while contributing to the fight against COVID-19.

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Responsible stewardship of the Canadian environment

The responsible stewardship of our country’s natural environment is a truly Canadian priority as we treasure our outdoor experiences.

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Preparing the lick

Deer use minerals heaviest during the spring and into the summer. If you plan on setting a mineral site, get it going as early as possible.

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Province announces plans to thwart CWD

The province is ramping up efforts to thwart chronic wasting disease (CWD), a progressive, fatal brain disease that affects deer, elk, moose, and caribou, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry Minister John Yakabuski announced on Wednesday, Dec. 18.