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(2) The person hunting or trapping in a provincial park in accordance with subsection (1) may, (a) possess a firearm or trap for the purpose; and (b) possess any wildlife legally killed by him or her in the provincial park.
(1) The holder of a trapping licence shall complete a season-end harvest report in the form provided by the Minister.
(2) Despite subsection (1), a holder of a licence that designated more than one registered trapline area before the day this Regulation comes into force may obtain a licence for those registered trapline areas.
(1) The person assigned a registered trapline area is the head trapper and has all the rights and obligations associated with trapping in that area.
(2) If a holder of a trapping licence fails to meet the condition under subsection (1), the Minister may refuse to renew that licence.
(1) The holder of a trapping licence may hunt or trap on land designated in the licence that is, (a) Crown land in the registered trapline area; (b) Crown land, other than Crown land described in clause (a); or (c) land, other than Crown land, in respect of which he or she has the written permission of a person legally entitled to give it to trap furbearing mammals.
(5.5) A trapper who supervises a person trapping under a licence issued under subsection (5) may not carry or use more than the one firearm being shared under subparagraph 3 ii of subsection (5.1).
(1) A trapping licence may be issued to a resident or a Canadian citizen. A Nishnawbe Aski First Nation Fur Harvesters licence to sell pelts and carcasses, a Trapper’s Authority issued by Grand Council Treaty #3 Trapping Resource Centre and a Trapper’s Authority issued by the Union of Ontario Indians shall be deemed to be trapping licences. A trapping licence is valid for the period specified in the licence. (2) A reference in this Regulation to a period of time that begins and ends on specific dates shall be deemed to include the first and last dates of the period. (3) A reference in this Regulation to a wildlife management unit is a reference to that unit as referred to in Schedule 1 to Part 6 of Ontario Regulation 663/98 (Area Descriptions) made under the Act except that if a wildlife management unit is referred to by whole number only, the whole number includes a reference to all of the wildlife management units referred to in Schedule 1 by that number used in combination with a letter, or a letter and another number.