Two southern Ontario residents fined for over 5k for moose hunting violations

Two men from the Greater Toronto Area have been fined more than $5,000 for an illegal moose hunt last fall.

The pair — one from Markham and the other from Newmarket — both pleaded guilty to a variety of hunting infractions.

Conservation officers laid charges after one man was caught firing his weapon across a road at a bull moose decoy in the Red Lake area.

The man also did not have a tag required to harvest a bull moose.

Read more here: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/two-southern-ontario-residents-fined-for-over-5k-for-moose-hunting-violations-1.4768235

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