Posts Tagged ‘Spring bear hunt’

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Ask a CO: Can I use a centrefire rifle while bear hunting?

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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How the spring bear hunt was lost and won

More than 21 years have passed since the cancellation of Ontario’s spring bear hunt. Here’s how the spring bear hunt was lost and won.

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Teddy bear hunts gain popularity

A different kind of bear hunt is underway this spring – one that is providing excitement for families isolated as a result of the global pandemic.

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Spring bear hunt is back

Ontario will resume its annual spring bear hunt starting in the 2021 season. In the meantime, this spring the pilot project hunt will resume its final year.

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Province proposes full return of spring bear hunt

The spring bear hunt will continue as a regular annual hunting season, subject to annual review, as part of a proposal announced Friday, Jan. 17 by Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) Minister John Yakabuski.

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Quebec hunting – endless opportunities

From the exotic Arctic region of Quebec’s Far North to the farmlands just outside Montreal to the whitetail mecca that is Anticosti Island on the eastern side of the province, all regions of Quebec offer exciting, affordable hunting opportunities.

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Photo Friday Winner – September 9, 2016

Congratulations to our Photo Friday winner this week, Matt Sweeting of Omemee!

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Hunter orange: the dos and don’ts

Knowing what legal hunter orange looks like can be tricky, so we broke it down for you in an infographic.

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Spring bear hunt: No boon for business

Some outfitters were dismayed when the MNRF informed them, very recently, that their total number of non-resident tag allocations remains unchanged.