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A 23-year-old ice angler from Belleville is dead after breaking through the ice on the Bay of Quinte on Saturday, Jan. 9.
Safety should be a priority while enjoying Mother Nature this fall, the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) reminds hunters.
Wearing hunter orange in the field is required by law to keep humans safe in the woods, but what about our dogs?
With COVID-19 restrictions beginning to ease, public health officials are reminding everyone to take extra care this summer and fall to prevent tick bites, especially in forested areas or where there is tall grass, weeds, or shrubs.
Hunters can carry more than one muzzleloader, but they must be handled in a safe manner, a provincial enforcement specialist with the MNRF explains.
Hunting, when done properly, is a safe pursuit. Here are a few tips to make your time afield safer.
I always try to exercise caution and good judgment when I’m wading. Here are a few tips I’ve picked up along the way.
CPSC says 11,000 units shipped for sale in Canada