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COVID-19 impacting outdoors community

The global outbreak of novel coronavirus COVID-19 is having a tremendous impact on life around the world. Check back here regularly to learn about how the pandemic is impacting the outdoors community in Ontario.

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Free fishing in July extended

The province will offer free fishing for two weeks in July, instead of one, as part of Canada Day celebrations.

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Ask a CO: Can you buy licences on behalf of a hunting party?

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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Better understanding size limits

Why are there size limits on fish? We give you a better understanding of which fish you can keep and which need to be released.

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Backcountry camping returns

The province reopened camping on Crown land and in Ontario Parks on Monday, June 1, including access points, paddle and portage routes, and hiking trails.

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CWD surveys show promising results

Two chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveys completed by Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) staff did not detect the disease.

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Forest fire fighting budget increased

The province has increased base funding for emergency forest fire fighting by $30.2 million and is ensuring safety measures are in place to protect fire rangers during the pandemic.

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Nematodes threaten Ontario’s beech trees

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) has discovered nematodes are spreading beech leaf disease throughout Ontario.

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MNRF connection to new fish database

A Peterborough-based research scientist contributed to a new database that tracks the toll of climate change on freshwater fish, according to a story from University at Buffalo’s staff and student publication, UBNow.