Posts Tagged ‘Ontario’

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Wildlife collisions revisited

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…

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Muskie adventures in Thessalon

Muskellunge adventures on Lake Huron’s north shore in Thessalon. The rain has finally stopped as I walk a Zara Spook Magnum…

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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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Black bear gallbladder-trafficking ring busted

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

Endangered Species Act
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Endangered Species Act held to account

Due to a recent court ruling, recovery strategies for endangered and threatened species will no longer be delayed. Under the Endangered Species Act…

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Tench becoming a cause for concern

Catches of tench (Tinca tinca) are becoming more common in the St. Lawrence River near Montreal. This begs the question, will they soon establish in the Great Lakes?

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The best fishing in Quebec

How is the fishing in Quebec?  It doesn’t matter if you fish with fly or traditional spinning/baitcasting gear. Come once and you’re going to find reasons to keep coming back. Quebec offers a wide variety of species…

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Lyme Disease Task Force report released

A report released by the Lyme Disease and Tick-borne Illness Task Force has set out goals to prevent, mitigate, and find better treatment…

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Ear tagged bears – to harvest or not?

An MNRF information notice released on April 5 was meant to make bear hunt operators and hunters aware that bears with ear tags have been immobilized with veterinary drugs.