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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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What hunters can do

  • Keep hunting.
  • Get your deer, moose, elk or caribou tested.
  • Avoid long-distance movements with your deer carcass.
  • Handle and dispose of your carcass in a responsible manner.
  • If you hunt out of province, only bring back low-risk parts (deboned meat, cleaned skull plate, antlers, finished taxidermy mount).
  • Stay up to date on the latest hunting regulations.
  • Support ongoing efforts to control the disease by submitting heads for testing in ministry target areas.

Hunters can help reduce the spread of CWD to new areas of the province. Carcasses should be field dressed and deboned near the harvest location or, if dressing/deboning at another site, transported no more than 80 km.

To avoid spreading CWD to new areas, all transported carcass waste should be double-bagged and taken to a permitted landfill.

Further information can be found in the Hunters section of the CWD Alliance website. Videos are also available.

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