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Dominic Dugre, President of the Canadian Federation of Outfitter Associations, poses for a portrait in Quebec City, Friday, Dec. 17, 2021. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jacques Boissinot

Hunting guides turn to ecotourism as COVID-19 keeps American hunters away

Some outfitters say they have not had a single client from outside Canada since March 2020 until recently

 

A moose makes its way through a snowy field near Lake Louise, Alta., Nov. 23, 2012. Officials in Manitoba are reporting what they say is the province’s first case of chronic wasting disease, a nervous system disorder that affects large game animals. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan Hayward

Manitoba reports first chronic wasting disease case; bans hunting where animal found

CWD has appeared in deer and elk in Saskatchewan, Alberta and Quebec

 

A bull elk bugles in a field in Grand Teton National Park on Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2020. Alberta game ranchers are lobbying governments in the province in a renewed attempt to legalize hunt farms, an industry they say could bring millions of dollars to rural communities but is strongly opposed by wildlife scientists and fish and game groups. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP-Kayla Renie/Jackson Hole News Guide via AP

Alberta elk ranchers want province to OK hunt farms despite disease, ethical concerns

Proposal comes as Alberta’s United Conservative government begins a wide-ranging review of wildlife legislation

 

After prior rejections, Alberta announces sandhill crane hunt for this fall

After prior rejections, Alberta announces sandhill crane hunt for this fall

After prior rejections, Alberta announces sandhill crane hunt for this fall

After prior rejections, Alberta announces sandhill crane hunt for this fall

Alberta environmentalists oppose possible crane, swan hunting season

Alberta environmentalists oppose possible crane, swan hunting season