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Upcoming CORE & PAL Course

  The Conservation Outdoor Recreation Education (CORE) course is for anyone 10 or older who is interested in getting their BC hunter number, and/or their PAL (Possession Acquisition License). This event is sponsored by MSBC and the Peachland Sportsman’s Club.   This course requires a large amount of class time. The fee will cover all […]

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Initiation Hunting Licence and requirements for an accompanying hunter

  Initiation Hunting Licence and requirements for an accompanying hunter   Current Regulations: A BC resident who is 18 years of age or older and wants to hunt is currently required to successfully complete a hunter safety training course approved by the Director before being eligible to obtain a hunter number and hunting licence in […]

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Proposed New Youth Hunting Regulation

  (Proposed) Requirements for the accompanying hunter of licensed youth hunter.   Current Regulations: Currently, a parent or guardian applies for and holds a junior hunting licence on behalf of a youth aged 10 – 13. At age 14, youth are required to successfully complete a hunter safety course approved by the Director prior to […]

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Bill C-19 – Ending the Long Gun Registry Act

Click here to download the Special Bulletin for Businesses issued by the RCMP that outlines the Implementation of Bill C-19, the Ending of the Long Gun Registry Act.   At Long Last!   Click Here to Become a PSA Member  

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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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