The City of Thunder Bay is developing a master plan to guide municipal investment in recreational services, programs and facilities over the course of the next 12-15 years!
Sierra Planning & Management has been retained by the City to lead the development of the Master Plan. The anticipated completion date for the project is the fall of 2016.
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WATERFOWLER HERITAGE DAYS
It is proposed to add Mourning Dove and American Woodcock to the list of species that minors may hunt on the Waterfowler Heritage Day in Ontario. This change would provide increased hunting opportunity for youth in Ontario. Currently, Mourning Doves may not be harvested by minors participating in the Waterfowler Heritage Day despite an open season for doves for all other hunters at this time. This change would also allow mentors with the opportunity to educate minors about dove and woodcock hunting practices, ethics, and firearms safety.
INCREASE DAILY BAG LIMIT FOR LESSER SNOW GEESE IN THE HUDSON-JAMES BAY DISTRICT
It is proposed to increase the daily bag limit from 20 to 50 Lesser Snow Geese in the Hudson–James Bay Hunting District. This change may increase the Canadian harvest of overabundant Lesser Snow overabundant species.
Geese, an UPDATE THE BOUNDARY FOR NO-HUNTING ZONES
It is proposed to update the boundary names for all geographic hunting restrictions in Ontario. With changes in municipal and township names in Ontario over time (e.g., due to amalgamation), some boundary names are outdated. Updates to these names will clarify the Migratory Birds Regulations for migratory game bird hunters thereby facilitating compliance and enforcement of the regulations.
Greenstone Gold Mine (GGM) located in Geraldton, ON has posted copies of their environmental baseline studies on their website for review prior to submission to CEAA (Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency). The documents will be submitted in February as part of the federal regulatory process. If you are interested in viewing the information please click here. If you have any questions or concerns please send them to the following address Consultation@rsmin.caRead More