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MNRF moose-draw result error causes confusion

by Steve Galea | September 14, 2018

Incorrect information placed on the MNRF automated-telephone service on Aug.1st from 8:30 a.m. to approximately 12 p.m. provided callers with incorrect moose-draw results.


RCMP might be in contempt of Parliament over Bill C-71

by Editorial Staff | September 5, 2018

Displaying information on its website that gave the public and gun storeowners the impression Bill C-71 was already in force has landed the RCMP in trouble…


New tick apps available

by Jeff Helsdon | August 29, 2018

The battle against ticks is headed to cyberspace. Two new apps allow users to see where ticks have been reported, to report ticks, and to learn about…

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Wildlife collisions revisited

by Barney Moorhouse | August 22, 2018

A recent University of Waterloo study published in The Journal of Environmental Planning and Management suggests many wildlife-vehicular accidents are preventable if roads are built with…

Bass Pro Cabela's Combine

Combined Bass Pro & Cabela’s store underway

by Emily Convery | August 10, 2018

Bass Pro recently unveiled plans to combine Bass Pro Shops, Cabela’s, and TRACKER Boats into one retail location in Arkansas. Renovations are underway to update the current 100,000…

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Asian carp prevention gets tech savvy

by Jeff Helsdon | July 30, 2018

The ACRCC is casting a wide net when it comes to methods it will use to prevent Asian carp from entering the Great Lakes.

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Black bear gallbladder-trafficking ring busted

by Amey Humphries | July 27, 2018

A three-year investigation has ended with the dismantling of a black bear gallbladder-trafficking operation in Quebec, according to…

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Blastomycosis severe in the northwest

by Mike Beaudin | July 20, 2018

Physicians and veterinarians in northwestern Ontario warn hunters, anglers, and cottagers to be aware of blastomycosis, a rare fungal disease…

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CanSeq150: Genetically mapping Canada’s wildlife

by Barney Moorhouse | July 17, 2018

Researchers in the CanSeq150 project are hoping to sequence the genomes of 150 of Canada’s most significant species to commemorate Canada’s 150th.