November 2013
Western Sportsman;Nov/Dec2013, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p59
The article offers fish and wildlife violations news briefs as of November 2013. A Lloydminster man, James Reinhart, has been fined $9,800 and convicted under The Environmental Management and Protection Act for shoreline alteration without a permit at Birch Lake. The Ontario Ministry of Transportation and Carillion Canada Inc. have each pled guilty in the Ontario Court of Justice on September 24 for two counts of violations of the federal Fisheries Act.


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