Caribou Hunting News

Manitoba Conservation Fund Grants Awarded
Eight Manitoba organizations involved in conservation enhancement and awareness programs will receive more than $155,000 in special conservation and endangered species fund grants, Conservation Minister Stan Struthers announced today.
Northwest Territiories Plans Caribou Summit
The Northwest Territories (NWT) Caribou Summit will be held in Inuvik on January 23-25, 2007.
Newfoundland Caribou Hunters Can Win Prize
The Honourable Clyde Jackman, Minister of Environment and Conservation, today provided an update on the caribou health monitoring program and encouraged future successful caribou hunters to participate in the program.
Manitoba Hunting Season Underway
Hunting season is underway for several species in many areas of the province and will continue through the fall and winter.
Northwest Territories Caribou Herds Decline
Results from the July 2006 surveys of the Cape Bathurst and Bluenose-West caribou herds indicate these herds continue to decline.
Ontario Seeking to Protect Woodland Caribou
The Ontario government is taking action to protect species at risk by inviting the public to comment on a draft recovery strategy for forest-dwelling woodland caribou, Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay announced today.
Caribou Calves Arrive at Little Smoky Project
A pilot project for caribou conservation has recently welcomed the arrival of 10 caribou calves as part of the Little Smoky herd in west-central Alberta.
Boreal Woodland Caribou Listed as Threatened
Manitoba’s woodland caribou populations are being listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act to strengthen steps already taken by the province to protect herds, Conservation Minister Stan Struthers announced today as part of Environment Week activities.
2006-07 Big Game Licence Draw Completed
Clyde Jackman, Minister of Environment and Conservation, today announced that the 2006 big game draw for moose and caribou licences has been completed. In total 26,340 moose licences and 4,085 caribou licences are available. Caribou quotas, when compared to the 2006-07 Hunting and Trapping Guide, were decreased by 550 additional licences.
Provincial Strategy will Help Protect Woodland Caribou
Protecting at-risk boreal working to recover their habitats is the focus of a strategy document released today by Conservation Minister Stan Struthers.