WINNIPEG — The carbon tax announced March 12 in Manitoba’s provincial budget will substantially increase operating costs for our province’s lodges and outfitters, unless the government agrees to exempt the industry like it’s doing for others.
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Outfitters in eastern Manitoba have been working with the province to seek clarity on angling for sturgeon on the Winnipeg River.
From Jan. 31 to Feb. 3, the MLOA will be showcasing Manitoba to the world’s hunting community at the Safari Club International convention in Nevada.
This fall, the Manitoba government launched into one of its most visible exercises in democracy in recent memory.
The recent announcement by the British Columbia government to “end trophy hunting” of grizzly bears in the province wasn’t unexpected, but it was remarkably lacking in both detail and pragmatism.
Protecting Manitoba’s fish and wildlife resources from poachers and black-market sellers is a tough gig.
Anglers and hunters give back in a big way For immediate release – May 4, 2017 Winnipeg – A $30,000 donation from hunters, anglers and outfitters will help support the enforcement of sustainable hunting and fishing practices in Manitoba, as well as investing in youth and community-based programming.
The loss of the GST rebate on tour packages sold to non-residents of Canada will affect the clients of many Manitoba lodges and hunting outfitters. When Canada’s federal government announced its latest budget March 22, it was revealed they would repeal an existing GST rebate that applied to accommodations sold to foreign residents as part […]
The road warriors of winter. That’s what many of our outfitters become when our lakes freeze over and the float planes are outfitted with skis for the season.
The MLOA hosts a convention every year, but why should anyone go?