Provincial Hunting Day was first proclaimed in 2009 by the Manitoba government establishing the fourth Saturday in September each year as Provincial Hunting Day. The goal is “to celebrate the role hunting plays in wildlife management and conservation,” according to the official proclamation.
Hunting has a long and rich tradition in Manitoba and should be celebrated, promoted and valued. The 10th annual Provincial Hunting Day Celebration is an event dedicated to showcasing one of Manitoba’s most time-honoured pursuits.
This year, the MWF plans to be a part of mentored hunts on Provincial Hunting Day and so has created a new event titled Prepare for Provincial Hunting Day:
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