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Manitoba Hunting Guide

2012 Manitoba Hunting Guide

Licences and Licensing Information

Licensing Fees

Resident

  • a Canadian citizen who has his/her home and is ordinarily present in the province immediately preceding the time that he/she purchases a licence, or
  • a person who is not a Canadian citizen but has his/her home and is ordinarily present in the province for a period of six months immediately preceding the time that he/she purchases a licence, but does not include a tourist, transient or visitor.

Non-resident

  • a person who is a Canadian citizen but is not a Manitoba resident.

Foreign Resident

  • a person who is neither a Canadian citizen nor a resident of Manitoba.

Provincial licence fees listed below include the federal goods and services tax ( 5% G.S.T.).

Licence Type Cost
Deer and Game Bird Licence (Youth) Resident $15.25
Deer Resident (general) $41.25
Second Deer (resident) $26.25
Third Deer (resident) $26.25
Non-resident $170.75
Foreign resident * (archery, muzzleloader, general) $232.75
Moose
Resident (archery, general) $57.25
Resident Conservation Moose Licence Package $88.25
Non-resident $314.75
Foreign resident * $375.75
Caribou
Resident $52.25
Second Caribou Licence (resident) $108.25
Non-resident* $375.75
Foreign resident * $375.75
Second Caribou Licence (non-resident and foreign resident) * $375.75
Elk Resident $57.25
Black Bear
Resident $36.25
Non-resident $118.75
Foreign resident * $232.75
Big Game Big Game Draw Application and licence fee per applicant $64.25
Game Birds
Resident $27.25
Non-resident $98.75
Foreign resident $170.75
Wild Turkey
Resident $28.25
Youth (Resident) $10.25

Note: * These Non-resident and Foreign resident licences are available only through outfitters.Each outfitter is assessed a $100 resource allocation fee for the use of each licence sold.


Canada Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit
and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp

$17.85 (includes GST)

To hunt migratory birds in Canada, a Canada Migratory Game Bird Hunting Permit and Conservation Stamp are required. This federal permit and associated conservation stamp are used by the Canadian Wildlife Service to select hunters for national game bird surveys to determine hunter activity and species harvest. Revenue from permit sales is used across Canada for wildlife conservation projects.

The permit and stamp are available at most Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship offices, regular licence vendors and most post offices.