“Modernizing Ontario’s Hunting & Fishing Licensing System”

We have received the following from the office of MPP Bill Walker:

On November 26, 2018 there will be a better way for hunters and anglers across Ontario to get their Outdoors Cards and hunting and fishing licensing products.

“The new fish and wildlife licensing service that we are launching in November will make getting outdoors easier for hunters and anglers.

The service will be easy to use, with new features like a mobile Licence Summary and a single Outdoors Card,” said Jeff Yurek, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry.

To support transition to the new service, there will be two planned service interruptions:
* From November 19 to 25, 2018, there will be no fishing or hunting licences for sale.
* From November 19 to December 31, 2018, licences requiring a game seal will not be available for purchase. All fishing and hunting licences not requiring a game seal will be available for sale.

Plan ahead: all 2018 licences requiring a game seal need to be purchased before November 19, 2018.

As of January 1, 2019 – all hunting and fishing licences will be available for purchase during their regular timeframes.

For all the information you need about fishing and hunting licences in Ontario, please visit Ontario.ca/outdoorscard or you may call Natural Resources Information and Support Centre at 1-800-387-7011.

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Turkey Shoot Sept. 22

South Grey Hunters Fall Turkey/Cash Shoot
Saturday September 22, 2018 – 10 am to 4 pm
$3.00 / shot – 12 gauge and .22

No Polychokes
Open to the Public
South Grey Hunters clubhouse is located 2 1/2 miles east of Varney on Wilder’s Lake Road.
Food will be available at the shoot.
For more info call Jackie or Darrel Beacon 519-369-3149

“Meet the nine year old competitive shooter taking the world by storm”

From guns.com, a story of a remarkable young shooter in the U.S.:

Nine-year-old shooting sensation Alpha Addy has taken the gun world by storm with her impressive performances in competitions and displays on social media. The youth started shooting three years ago after seeing other young shooters shred steel on YouTube. But with firearms being relatively foreign to her parents, her godfather, Johnny Campos, took to training her.

I know I’ve met some young shooters in our area who are better shots with a rifle than I am.  And it’s nice to see the emphasis that Alpha Addy and her trainers place on safe gun handling.  Read the whole thing, and be sure to watch the video.  (You can also read the special youth issue of Sure Shots magazine on-line.)