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.
The Canadian Firearms Program recently re-initiated the production of firearms licence cards, though the backlog may still cause serious delays.
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is calling on the federal government to address what it called an “ever-growing backlog” of Possession and Acquisition Licence (PAL) renewal applications by offering six-month extensions.
Ontario’s hunter education course is now temporarily available online.
Indoor and outdoor gathering limits will increase to respective maximums of 50 and 100 as most of Ontario outside of the Golden Horseshoe moves to Stage Three of the province’s reopening framework on Friday, July 17.
The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) and National Deer Alliance (NDA) will merge into a single deer conservation “super group.”
The province will offer free fishing for two weeks in July, instead of one, as part of Canada Day celebrations.
Boat sales have been hot since dealerships opened up again, though likely not enough to compensate for March and April’s missing revenue.
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