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UNITED STATES MAN FINED $8,001 FOR WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING

Released on June 15, 2015 An American owner/operator of a hunt farm near Bethune, Saskatchewan, was fined $8,001 in Moose Jaw provincial court for trafficking wildlife and unlawfully exporting wildlife. Conservation officers investigated a call to the Ministry of Environment’s Turn in Poachers (TIP) line in November 2013, and determined that a wild bull elk […]

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SASKATCHEWAN’S 2015 BIG GAME DRAW OPENS ONLINE MAY 1

Released on April 28, 2015 Saskatchewan’s big game draw opens online May 1 and hunters have until midnight June 2 to submit their online application.  Early applications are recommended. The big game draw is a transparent and equitable method of allocating a limited number of hunting licences to Saskatchewan residents.  This year’s draw includes licences […]

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Saskatchewan Men Fined $6,970 for Unlawful Hunting

News Release CFS-14-12 Recommended release on March 23, 2015 Saskatchewan Men Fined $6,970 for Unlawful Hunting Two Saskatchewan men were recently fined a total of $6,970 in Outlook provincial court for unlawfully hunting moose in the Elbow area. Craig Hassett of Saskatoon and Wade Hassett of Craik, pleaded guilty to four charges under the Saskatchewan […]

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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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