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  • Annual Aerial Rabies Bait Drop

    The Government of Ontario continues its efforts to keep Ontarians safe from rabies in the province with its annual aerial bait drop. From August to October, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry will distribute rabies vaccine baits for wildlife by aircraft in rural areas and by hand in urban areas throughout Southern, Southwest and Eastern Ontario.

    Bulletin | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Trespassing to Shoot a Turkey Costs Hunters $7,000 and Licence Suspension

    Conservation officers with the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry want to remind people to hunt safely. Trespassing to hunt and shooting from a vehicle can result in significant fines and hunting licence suspensions.

    Bulletin | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Ontario Proposes a New and Improved Moose Management Program

    The Ontario government is taking action to address concerns from hunters on how the province manages its moose population to ensure sustainability and hunting opportunities for future generations.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Ontario Investing Almost $5 Million in Mass Timber Innovation

    ST. THOMAS - The Ontario government is opening the forest industry to jobs and promoting the use of sustainable renewable resources by investing in the province's first cross laminated timber plant.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Ontario Investing in Critical Infrastructure

    The Ontario government is protecting the people of Northern Ontario by investing in critical infrastructure to improve public safety.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Ontario Names Special Advisor on Flooding

    OTTAWA - The Ontario government is putting people first by taking swift action to address concerns from those affected by flooding.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Families Encouraged to Enjoy Free Fishing During Canada Day Week

    TORONTO — The Ontario government invites families to kick-off Canada Day celebrations by participating in the province's week-long free fishing event. From June 29 to July 7, Ontarians of all ages can enjoy fishing without requiring a licence.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Ontario Proposing Multi-Line Carp Fishing

    TORONTO — The Ontario Government is working for the people by taking steps to expand recreational fishing opportunities in the province.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

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