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Ask a CO: Is a gun inside a gun sock considered encased when walking to your stand?

Ask a CO takes Ontario OUT of DOORS readers’ questions and utilizes the knowledge of Conservation Officers to find the answers.

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Ask a CO: Can I carry a .22 rifle for hunting squirrels while bowhunting for deer?

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Ask a CO: Where in the hunting regs can I find information on crows, cowbirds, starlings, and grackles?

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New hunting reg changes for 2021

Ontario’s 2021 Hunting Regulation Summary, which covers from fall of 2021 to spring of 2022, was released in early April.

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OPP offers hunter safety tips

Safety should be a priority while enjoying Mother Nature this fall, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) reminds hunters.

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Ask a CO: How close can you hunt to dwellings if you are hunting on private property or Crown land?

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New hunting regs available

The Fall 2020 – Spring 2021 online document provides information about hunting licences, fees, up-to-date regulations, and seasons for each game species.

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Spring bear hunt is back

Ontario will resume its annual spring bear hunt starting in the 2021 season. In the meantime, this spring the pilot project hunt will resume its final year.

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Moose hunting changing

Long awaited changes to moose hunting regulations were announced by Natural Resources Minister John Yakabuski on Feb. 25, starting in 2020.