Several hunters in Manitoba have been warned and charged since the province’s new hunting rules went into effect.
The Wildlife Amendment Act kicked in Saturday, with a goal to protect the moose population and ensure a safe hunting environment in the province.
Officers have since been enforcing the rules with patrols and aerial surveillance.
They have stopped — and, in some cases, charged — several groups of hunters who were out at night or in prohibited areas.
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