MNR Press Releases

Four cows and a bull moose shot and left to rot – Info WANTED

Four cows and a bull moose shot and left to rot – Info WANTED

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is seeking the public’s help in identifying the person or people responsible for killing and abandoning four cow moose and a bull moose near White River. The ministry reports that sometime between Sept.…

MNR Looking for Moose Hunters who left to a moose to spoil near Thunder Bay

MNR Looking for Moose Hunters who left to a moose to spoil near Thunder Bay

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is investigating after a moose was found shot and abandoned northeast of Thunder Bay. According to the MNRF, conservation officers were notified of a cow moose left to spoil near Walkinshaw Lake. The…

Ontario Working with First Nation to Collect Fisheries Data

Ontario Working with First Nation to Collect Fisheries Data

August 3, 2018 Assessing Fish Population in Lake Nipissing Ontario, in partnership with Nipissing First Nation, will be conducting research and data collection on Lake Nipissing this summer. Nets will be placed in the water during the month of August. This project…

Local Stewardship Youth Rangers help create recreational trails at Restoule Provincial Park

Local Stewardship Youth Rangers help create recreational trails at Restoule Provincial Park

July 30, 2018– The Stewardship Youth Ranger Team from the North Bay District, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) and Ontario Parks’ staff from Restoule Provincial Park are working collaboratively to create hiking and biking trails within the park…

Ministry Seeks Public’s Help in Identifying those Responsible for Forest Fire

Ministry Seeks Public’s Help in Identifying those Responsible for Forest Fire

June 27, 2018-  The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry is seeking the public’s help in identifying the individuals responsible for starting a forest fire in the North Bay area. The fire was 0.1 hectares in size when discovered on…

$3,200 in Fines for Keeping Undersized Lake Nipissing Walleye

$3,200 in Fines for Keeping Undersized Lake Nipissing Walleye

Four southern Ontario men have been fined a total of $3,200 for keeping undersized Lake Nipissing walleye, contrary to Ontario’s fishery regulations. Donald Davidson and Christopher Boutet, of Cottam, and Kyle Bissonnette and Kenneth Bissonnette, of Essex, pleaded guilty to…

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