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Renseignements en Français

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Turn in Poachers and Environmental Violators (TIP)

Contact our 24-hour, seven day a week TIP service if you notice any fishing, wildlife or environmental resource violations.

  • Anyone is eligible to report.
  • All calls and submissions are confidential – you do not have to give your name. 
  • Those who provide information leading to a conviction could be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.
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1. Guidance

Report any suspicious activity such as:

  • Trafficking in fish or wildlife
  • Fish being caught in closed spawning areas, with illegal nets, fish traps or snares
  • Wasting game
  • Burning copper wire
  • Unauthorized removal of aquatic plants or beach construction that could destroy fisheries habitat
  • Hunting in closed areas
  • Fish being sold by commercial fishermen without valid licences
  • Dumping of toxic materials on land or in water
  • Hunting at night with lights
  • Illegal forest harvesting
  • Unsafe hunting or fishing practices
  • Dumping tires

Provide the information below, if possible:

  • Licence plate of the suspect vehicle/boat
  • Date/time/location of the offence
  • Whether it is ongoing or not
  • Description of the violation
  • Description of the violators
  • Description of the vehicle
  • Photos or video of the offence or the offender
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2. How To Report

Contact our 24-hour, seven day a week TIP service if you notice any fishing, wildlife or environmental resource violations.

Report suspicious activity three ways

All calls and submissions are confidential.

  • Toll-free -1-800-667-7561
  • Sasktel cell - #5555
  • Complete and submit a form online. See form below.

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