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LEH Now Online

The 2012/2013 Limited Entry Hunting Regulations Synopsis is now available online.The hard copy synopsis is currently being printed and should be available at your local vendor by May 1, 2012.   Please Note: The deadline for applications is May 25, 2012   Click Here to Become a PSA Member  

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Welcome To The PSA’s New Website

After many months of development our new website is finally up and running. We should have the Pay Pal system completed and operating by April 16th so you will be able to join or renew your memberships online by completing the form and clicking the PayPal button. This will be totally functional by the 16th […]

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Jude’s Kitchen Nominated for Taste Canada Food Writing Award

Judie Steeves cookbook Jude’s Kitchen has been nominated in the Regional Cookbook  category at Taste Canada.. The Food Writing Awards. Judie, a long time member of The Peachland Sportsmen’s Association was “delighted it’s been nominated” she added the cookbook is up against the likes of Canadian Living, Roger Mooking and David Rocco as well as […]

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Click ME to Open The Download Page

The following forms and documents can be downloaded by clicking on the link text. This will open the document in a new window. The document can then be saved to a directory on your computer to be used.   Fillable Membership Form   CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE 2014  

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PSA Executive & Directors


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Grizzly Bears: Anti-Hunting Groups Evade Science

SURREY- The media frenzy that usually accompanies the April 1st opening of the spring bear hunt season has come in full gear, and the BC Wildlife Federation (BCWF) is disappointed that anti-hunting activists are evading science, the mortar used to build the foundation of sustainable wildlife management in BC. Anti-hunting activists claimed that grizzly bear populations were […]

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Proposed Changes to Ammunition Storage by Natural Resources Canada

The changes require — for the first time in Canada — gun owners to lock away all ammunition. At present, guns must be locked, but not ammunition. The proposed rules will require all gun owners to install a locking box or safe in their homes. Toronto lawyer Ed Burlew, one of Canada’s leading experts in […]

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Dale Wittich Claims Second Prize in BCWF Lottery

 BCWF Announces Conservation Lottery Winners SURREY, BC – After almost five months of ticket sales, six lucky ticket holders from across the province won the top prizes in the BC Wildlife Federation’s (BCWF) first annual Conservation Lottery on Monday April 2, 2012.   Over 5500 tickets were sold by BCWF members from throughout BC, with […]

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Calling All Lynx (Links)

I was approached by Mike Molloy at our last meeting where we got discussing the new website. Mike was explaining to me how useful the internet is for finding information on hunting and fishing spots. He explained before he heads out into the field, he always spends some hunting time first on the computer.   […]

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PSA Pot-Luck & AGM

The PSA will hold its Annual General Meeting this coming month on Wednesday, April 18th at the Peachland Community Hall. Martha Jenkins and her excellent team of volunteers will have a fantastic meal prepared along with lots of prizes for the kids. Following the dinner, we will hold our AGM where a new slate of […]

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