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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.
An expert from Peterborough’s Trent University answers the question, “Can mosquitoes or other biting insects, like black flies, transmit the coronavirus that causes COVID-19?”
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A cold spring with high levels of precipitation caused serious flooding in Ontario. It remains to be seen what, if any, impacts it’ll have on fish spawning.
…he had unearthed an old pair of elk antlers still partially attached to a skull – an unusual find since elk have not roamed that part of the province…
The promise of a convenient new online licensing system by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Foresty (MNRF) is not panning out for some Ontario hunters. Several people have reported experiencing issues trying to print their tags at home.
A recent study found Niagara River fish are absorbing anti-depressants from sewage discharge. Other research determined this isn’t a good thing.