Melville Fish and Game League president Owen Parker says Wildlife Habitat Lands will come under increasing hunting pressure if access to private land is restricted under the Trespass Act.

Saskatchewan’s new trespassing law has many local hunters adopting a “wait and see” attitude before they pass final judgement on the legislation, says the president of Melville Fish and Game League (MFGL). The Trespass Act, passed last May, requires hunters and others who want to access private land to get permission from landowners beforehand. While […]

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