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How old do you have to be to purchase a moose hunting license in Canada?

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2010-03-09 18:18:19
2010-03-09 18:18:19
Age for Purchasing a Moose Hunting License in Canada

In Canada the rules for hunting regulations are primarily set by the provincial governments. As a result there may be differences from province to province.

In BC, for example, there is no age restriction other then you need a Hunter Number. For out of country, I believe you have to be guided in order to hunt. IN ONTARIO A TWELVE YEAR OLD MAY HUNT WITH AN ADULT.

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