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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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As part of the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment will provide updates regarding any changes related to hunting and angling activities due to the pandemic.
Purchase a licence, apply for the draws, apply for a permit or get a summary of regulations by downloading the Hunters’ and Trappers’ Guide. Get information on this year’s hunter survey.
Purchase a licence, apply for a permit and get information on the Fur Program.
Purchase a licence, download the Anglers Guide, apply for a permit and get information on fish populations and management.
Get details on what the fund achieves for the province’s fish and wildlife habitat and how you can use wildlife lands. Apply for fish and wildlife development project funding or a student research award.
Learn more about the province’s plan, how specific game species are managed and how hunting licences are allocated.
Apply for a licence to become an outfitter or a guide to provide services or expertise about angling and hunting.
In recognition of their service, Saskatchewan will provide free hunting and angling licences for veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces beginning in the 2019-20 licensing year.
The Ministry of Environment has 13 field office locations that offer front counter service. The location of the offices, addresses, hours and phone numbers can be found here.
Learn more about Treaty and Aboriginal hunting and fishing rights in the province.
Contact our 24-hour, seven-day-a-week TIPP service if you notice any fishing, wildlife or environmental resource violations.
Help us understand our wildlife populations by taking part in some of our surveys.
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