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Ontario Hunting/Fishing licenses

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I renewed my license online jan 1st.

it took about 5 minutes to do including printing it off.

now im good to go! :thumbsup_anim:

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i just came back from virginia and it is a snap to do .. go to the store and buy licence 36 bucks for a year of freshwater fishing... if you loose your lic . you go on line and print a new one .. and ever deer turkey or bear that is shot is checked in via the phone or a check station . they know how many deer were shot and in what county ... there system is far far supioror than ours

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Another Government program privatized... price should go down by letting someone that knows what they are doing run it, but you watch it will go up!

 

Gee.. I wonder if I'll be able to actually use on-line licencing now and it will know what to do with an apostrophe...

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We caught the Americans spying on us for credit card #'s on our politicians thanks to wikileaks so we go and give them the card #'s of everyone that gets an outdoor card in Ontario with a credit card. That should make it easier and less embarrassing for them .

 

Irish, I think the program was privatized way back when they introduced the outdoor card, they're just changing co. Isn't that why you can't get a license at the mnr.

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It's about time Ontario got out of the stone age with fishing licence purchasing. They are definitely behind the times. I don't blame the OMNR with a severe lack of manpower and proper funding. My wife purchased a fishing licence at CTC early last year and didn't get her card until about November. Brutal. Hopefully things will continue to improve with the new system.

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