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Alberta man fined for an invalid hunting licence

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An man from Alberta has been fined $5,000 for hunting with a void licence.  Court heard that on November 4th of last year, the man produced an Ontario resident deer hunting licence at a camp along the French River in Blair Township, but as a resident of Alberta, he required a non-resident hunting licence.  The man plead guilty and was fined on Tuesday.  The Ministry of Natural Resources reminds the public that in order to qualify as a resident of Ontario you must reside in Ontario for six consecutive months during the immediately preceding twelve months.

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