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No Trespassing Bylaw closes causeway to anglers

A decision made by Peterborough County Council will have ramifications for anglers in the area. In a County Council meeting on Dec. 6 the council approved a No-Trespassing Bylaw for the James A. Gifford causeway…

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30 Dead ducks found on Woodbine Beach

On the morning of November 5, 30 dead ducks and one dead heron were found on Woodbine Beach. Toronto Animal Services have since removed them…

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Navionics acquired by Garmin

Garmin has announced their acquisition of Navionics, a provider of marine electronic navigation charts and mobile applications.

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Thornbury dam failure causes fish kill

A power outage on September 29 that affected the Town of Blue Mountain for seven to eight hours was also responsible for a major failure at the Thornbury dam on the Beaver River. It caused a malfunction, which…

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Waging war on water soldier

August 11, 2017 was the eighth annual Water Soldier Watch Day — a day volunteers come together to look for water soldier, an invasive species

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Nighttime ban on the Ganaraska

The Municipality of Port Hope has implemented a nighttime fishing ban from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m. on stretches of the Ganaraska River.

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A school fun day with NASP

Join Tim Watts, NASP coordinator for the OFAH, on a trip to Archie Stouffer Elementary School for a fun day of archery for students

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Rabies cases on downswing but not under control

Wildlife experts working to eradicate rabies in southern Ontario are breathing a small sigh of relief as they see the number of confirmed cases slowly drop from the skyrocketing levels of 2016.

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Outstanding young fish artists

If the artwork in the 14th Annual Kids’ Fish Art Contest is any indication, the future of wildlife art in Ontario is in good hands.