Non resident hunting season 2013
Archery ... September 15 to November 15
Powder ... September 28 to November 15
Rifle ... October 5 to
I live outside of Ontario. How do I get
a non-resident license to hunt
Non-residents of Ontario must present one
of the following to obtain a non-resident license to hunt in
A non-resident who wishes to hunt in Ontario must be 16 years of age
- An Ontario non-resident's hunting license issued to you after
January 1, 1968
- A hunting license issued to you by a competent authority in
any jurisdiction as a resident of that jurisdiction after January
- An Ontario Hunter Education Examination Report or Certificate
issued to you after January 1,1968
- An Ontario Hunting License Verification Certificate showing
that you were issued an Ontario License to hunt, or passed the
Hunting License Examination
- A certificate, issued you after January 1,1968, by a competent
authority in any jurisdiction, giving you permission to purchase a
resident's hunting license in that Jurisdiction.
License fees from 2013
License Fees (GST is included in all
Non-resident's license to hunt Deer
Non-resident's license to hunt
must have a Black Bear Hunting License Validation Certificate as
well as a black bear hunting license they must also complete the
hunt report that comes with the certificate and return it to the
issuer of the certificate by November 30 of that same year of
Where can I purchase a non-resident's hunting
Non-residents hunters who
wish to go hunting immediately may purchase a hunting license at
many locations throughout the province.
Call the MNR office
serving that area for the location nearest you.
|Kenora MNR Office
||Fort Frances MNR Office|
Residents and non-residents must have an Ontario
export permit to export deer or any part of a deer from Ontario. You
may obtain an export permit from most Service Ontario offices in the
area where the animal has been taken. You should obtain the export
permit before reaching a border point to avoid any inconvenience.
You must keep the game seal attached to the deer while you
are transporting it.
this permit is required to export from
Ontario any part of the deer, including carcass, hide or
Non-resident's Export permits .............
for more information see the USDA web site at http://www.aphis.usda.gov/vs/ncie.
For Further information and a copy of the Ontario Fishing regulations book visit The Ministry of Natural Resources web site: http://www.mnr.gov.on.ca/MNR/pubs/pubmenu.html