BC Changes to hunting regulations

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In partnership with First Nations, the B.C. government is making changes to hunting regulations to support reconciliation and improve wildlife stewardship and habitat conservation.

The changes affect the hunting of elk, moose, caribou, mountain sheep, bighorn sheep and mountain goat, and are the outcome of provincial regulation changes that occur every two years.

Government has also made changes to hunting regulations in the northeastern region of the province. Currently, there are general open seasons on moose hunting in the Peace region from Aug. 15 to Oct. 31.

See a summary from the province here, and specific regulation changes here.