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  • How Many Trees Can You Plant This Year?

    Ontario is partnering with families, community organizations and businesses across the province to reach its goal of planting six million trees this year to promote cleaner air and help fight climate change.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Must-Do March Break Activities in Ontario

    Ontario is the place to be this March Break. Whether you want to go on an outdoor adventure at a provincial park or go back in time at one of Ontario's museums, there are plenty of things for families to do across the province next week:

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Students Wanted: This is Not Your Ordinary Summer Job

    Ontario is offering summer employment opportunities to help students develop important skills, gain meaningful experience and learn more about a career in natural resource management.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Fish For Free This Family Day Weekend

    Families and fishing enthusiasts across Ontario can fish licence-free from Saturday, February 18 through Monday, February 20. 

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Get Outside and Embrace Winter in Ontario

    Winter has arrived, but that doesn't mean staying indoors until spring. Ontario's provincial parks continue to offer many activities this time of year, with more than 25 parks open all winter long. So bundle up, get outside and enjoy the crisp air and quiet forests.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Ontario Supporting Good Jobs in Eastern Ontario

    Ontario is helping to create and maintain over 100 good jobs and boost economic growth in Eganville by supporting the expansion of a local sawmill.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Pinery Provincial Park to Host First Nation Deer Hunt

    Pinery Provincial Park will be closed to the public from December 5-9, 2016 for a traditional First Nation deer hunt. The hunt will begin one half-hour before sunrise and end at noon each day.

    Bulletin | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Ontario Parks Celebrates Top Summer Students

    Ontario and Ontario Parks' corporate partners are recognizing outstanding student employees working at provincial parks with bursary awards to support their postsecondary education.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Trapping Seasons in Ontario

    Licensed trapping is a long-standing tradition in Ontario that benefits communities and individuals throughout the province.

    Bulletin | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • New Hunting Rules for Coyotes and Wolves

    Ontario is helping to protect the province's threatened Algonquin wolf population by introducing new rules for hunting and trapping in certain areas.

    Bulletin | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • New Rules to Fight Invasive Species

    Ontario is prohibiting and restricting 19 invasive species to prevent their arrival and control their spread in the province and protect the environment.

    News Release | Natural Resources and Forestry

  • Clear Creek Forest Provincial Park to Host First Nation Deer Hunt

    Clear Creek Forest Provincial Park will be closed to the public November 14, 16 and 18, 2016 and December 13 and 15, 2016, for a First Nation deer hunt. The hunt will begin one half-hour before sunrise and end one half-hour after sunset each day.

    Bulletin | Natural Resources and Forestry

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