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Canadian Resident White-tailed Deer Draw

Results of the 2019 Canadian White-tailed Deer Draw will be available in June.

The Canadian White-tailed draw application period begins on May 1 and closes at midnight on May 25. Carefully review your submission and submit it prior to the deadline. Once draw results are available, the status of your application(s) can be reviewed through your HAL account.

Updated information on available hunts, tentative quotas, and season dates is available in the 2019 Canadian Resident White-tailed Deer Draw Supplement.

If you are drawn, you can purchase your licence beginning August 1:

  • Through your HAL account;
  • At any Saskatchewan hunting licence issuer;
  • At a Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment field office or select provincial park office; or
  • By phone using a credit card at 1-855-4773 (8 a.m. to 9 p.m.). Please allow 10 business days for delivery.

All big game licences require big game seals. If you purchase your licence online, consider ordering a convenience pack of blank big game seals through your HAL account ahead of time. Blank unregistered seals can be used when you purchase big game licences through your online account, allowing you to print your licence immediately and avoid waiting for delivery. Simply enter the seal number (as printed on the seal) during the purchase. Big game seals acquired in convenience packs can be used by anyone (i.e. they do not need to be used by the person who acquires the convenience pack) and can be used in future years if they have not been previously associated with a licence.

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