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A look at bait management in Ontario

There are more than 1.4 million anglers in Ontario and 60 to 80% of them use baitfish; however, overcoming ecological risks associated with baitfish is inherently challenging. Unwanted introductions via the baitfish pathway of invasive and non-native species, pathogens and diseases, threaten our fisheries.
There are more than 1.4 million anglers in Ontario and 60 to 80% of them use baitfish;

OFAH releases public version of the firearms report filed with the Federal Court

The OFAH recently released a report titled: What Firearms Are Reasonable and Proportionate for Hunting in Canada. This wasn’t something that came out of the blue, and it certainly didn’t come together overnight. It was 15 months in the making, but it has been needed for decades.
The OFAH recently released a report titled: What Firearms Are Reasonable

UPDATE: Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease CONFIRMED in Kingston-area deer

The Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative (CWHC) has confirmed that samples taken from three dead deer (an adult buck and a doe fawn from Wolfe Island and an adult buck from Gananoque Lake) have tested positive for epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD). According to the CWHC, dead deer were also reported in the Stirling, Kingston, and Lansdowne areas. Please scroll below to read more about what EHD is, what OFAH is doing about the potential issue and what, you, as hunters, can do about it.
The Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative (CWHC) has confirmed that samples taken from three

The importance of Sunday gun hunting in Ontario

Orange is often the first colour that comes to mind when people think of hunting. But there’s another colour just as important to many hunters, though for very different reasons. It’s yellow. No, really, it’s yellow. Brian McRae explains.
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