WINNIPEG, MB: Even before the recent night hunting tragedy at Sioux Valley First Nation, the Manitoba Wildlife Federation (MWF) had been receiving reports this might be one of the worst Fall seasons yet for spotlighting in Manitoba. “Many MWF members are cattle producers, living where there are … [Read more...]
Welcome to the New Home for Information Pertaining to the MWF’s Campaign to End Spotlighting
The MWF is dedicated to putting an end to spotlighting and is urging Manitobans to come forward with their spotlighting stories and to register their concerns regarding spotlighting in their communities. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to share your story and concerns now! Please use the headline “NightWatch” in the subject of your email.
Sustainable Big Game Populations and Safety for All Manitobans Executive Summary Big game hunting in Manitoba is in crisis. Populations of moose, elk and caribou are under siege, and to make matters worse, the safety of big game hunters and rural Manitobans is at risk. The Manitoba Wildlife … [Read more...]
A 10-year battle over a decoy moose shot in the Cape Breton Highlands ended last Wednesday, as far as the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia is concerned. The court ruled that notwithstanding aboriginal rights to hunt for food and ceremonial purposes, the government is justified in limiting aboriginal … [Read more...]
We are pleased to announce that the MLOA has added it’s voice in supporting the MWF’s campaign to ban spotlighting in Manitoba. You can read the presidents message from the MLOA Lodges & Outfitters magazine here: MLOA Lodges & Outfitters Magazine (PDF) You can read their letter of … [Read more...]
The Manitoba Wildlife Federation is excited to announce that the Progressive Conservative Party of Manitoba has announced their vow to eliminate spotlighting in Manitoba. The press release from the PC party reads: “A Progressive Conservative government will work in partnership with indigenous … [Read more...]