This hunting season, ammunition availability should improve but could still be limited due to consumer demand and the impact of COVID-19.
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The province is investing $100 million through a new program to help tourism operators recover from the impacts of the pandemic.
Orillia has once again implemented restrictions around water access and parking. As of June 4, the COVID-19 Waterfront Parking and Boat Launch Program requires visitors to pay as much as $100 per day to launch and park at the city’s public boat launches and waterfront parks.
Ontario is offering free day-use permits at 115 provincial parks from Monday to Thursday until Sept. 2, the province announced on Friday, May 28.
Some 300 people will get free training to work in the ailing northern Ontario tourism industry this summer thanks to a $1.25 million investment by the province.
The opening of the Trent-Severn Waterway has been delayed until at least June 2 as a result of the pandemic, Parks Canada announced on Tuesday, May 19.
More Americans have turned to hunting and fishing during the pandemic, but the jury is still out on that trend in Ontario.