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KNOW YOUR LIMITS – HELP PROTECT SASKATCHEWAN’S FISHING RESOURCES

Released on June 23, 2015 The Ministry of Environment is reminding anglers to follow the rules and regulations to help manage our fish habitats and ensure natural resource sustainability for future generations to enjoy. “Saskatchewan offers some of the finest fishing opportunities in the world,” Environment Minister Herb Cox said.  “Every year, nearly 250,000 anglers […]

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Access to the Outdoors

The Parkland Outdoor Show and Expo, in association with Eagle West Resort and the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, is excited to announce that one youth with physical disabilities will win an outdoor adventure of lifetime!  For more information, click here. Deadline to apply is April 16th.  The recipient will be announced at the Parkland Outdoor Show and […]

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SWF Supports Bill C-655 To amend the Criminal Code

The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) congratulates Garry Breitkreuz, MP (Yorkton-Melville, Sask.), on the introduction of Bill C-655, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (interference with hunting, trapping, fishing or sport shooting). “The importance in the successful passing of Bill C-655 to Canada’s hunting, angling, trapping and shooting sport enthusiasts cannot be overstated” states David […]

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Aeration Projects Can Result in Thin Ice

The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation advises people to be cautious on all frozen water bodies, especially those that have aeration systems. Aerating a water body helps prevent winterkill, which occurs when aquatic plants either die or reduce their oxygen production, leading to fish kill. Aeration systems circulate fresh air into small, shallow fish bearing water bodies […]

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