By ANTONELLA ARTUSO, Queen's Park Bureau Chief
Time to pull out the ole fishing rod.
It’s free fishing week in Ontario for all Canadian residents from July 7-15.
You won’t have to fish in your wallet to buy an Outdoors Card or, if you’re visiting from another province, a Canadian Resident Temporary Outdoors Card.
If you’re hooked, then an Outdoors Card with a one-year sport fishing licence tag will set you back $27.76.
“Ontario has beautiful lakes, streams and rivers. Whether you’ve never fished before or have been doing it for years, fishing is a wonderful way to spend some time together as a family, enjoying this province’s great outdoors,” Natural Resources Minister Michael Gravelle said in a statement.
The Ontario government says family fishing events are planned for towns and provincial parks across the province, including:
This story was posted on Wed, July 4, 2012
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