Changes to provincial fees outlined

The Moe government has announced some changes to provincial fees.

A new wolf hunting license is being introduced as an add-on to the non-resident outfitter big game hunting license, effective September 1st.

The license fee will be 200 dollars.

the resident wolf hunting license remains at 55 dollars, and residents will have access to the Wildlife Management zones that will become available to non-residents for hunting wolves.

The overall revenue gain is estimated at 50 thousand dollars.

The province is also changing access fees for the comparable land sales database.

Its where the public can purchase reports of farmland sold within a specified area.

Changes are being made to the service delivery model to adhere with the data privacy provisions of the Land Titles Act.

The ministry of Agriculture will keep current users informed as the work progresses and make an announcement once the changes have been implemented, later this year.

Overall provincial revenue will drop 171 thousand dollars in the coming year.


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