Archery Gear Not Allowed In Controlled Deer Hunt

Ripple Outdoors Media Release – MNR TIPS LINE

A Chatham man has been fined $1,250 for hunting deer without a licence.

Spencer Baker pleaded guilty and was fined $1,250 for hunting deer without a licence. His hunting licence was suspended for one year.

Court heard that on November 9, 2014, during the controlled deer hunt in the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, a conservation officer inspected an antlered deer that was hanging at a residence. Upon further investigation, it was determined that on November 7, 2014, Baker had killed the deer using his archery equipment.

To participate in the controlled deer hunt, licensed deer hunters must obtain a controlled deer hunt validation tag. During the controlled deer hunt, archery equipment is prohibited.

Justice of the Peace Peter Aharan heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Blenheim, on June 24, 2015.

To report a natural resources violation, call the MNRF TIPS line at 1-877-847-7667 toll-free any time or contact your local ministry office during regular business hours. You can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

Hometown Heroes Honoured At Cabela’s

Cabela’s Honours Hometown Heroes on June 18 to 21, 2015

Barrie, ON (June 16, 2015) – Cabela’s stores nation-wide will honour the contributions of those who serve our country and communities by offering employee pricing to all veterans, active duty military and reserves, Canadian Coast Guard, law enforcement, firefighters, EMS personnel and conservation officers June 18 – 21, 2015. The Hometown Heroes event recognizes the service and sacrifice of those who protect and serve.

“The Hometown Heroes event is not only a way to thank the extraordinary men and women who provide our communities with safety and security, it is a way to recognize and celebrate their dedication to serving others,” said Tommy Millner, Cabela’s Chief Executive Officer.

Cabelas Canada


The Barrie retail store will feature displays and events including:

  • Georgian Bay Search and Rescue Adventure Smart Interactive Display
  • Fire Truck Tours with the Barrie Fire Department
  • Information Display hosted by the Sea and Navy League Cadets
  • Kids Meet and Greet with the Barrie Police Mascot Blue
  • Charity BBQ hosted by Scouts Canada
  • Free Kids Camo Face Painting

Please visit to find a store near you and a complete list of events. Hometown Heroes Welcome!

To participate in the Hometown Heroes event, veterans, active duty military and reserves, Canadian Coast Guard, law enforcement, firefighters, EMS personnel and conservation officers should present their service ID during check-out at their local Cabela’s store. Upon doing so, they will receive Cabela’s employee discount on virtually everything in the store. Some restrictions apply; see store for complete details.

For more information, please contact Cabela’s Barrie at 705.735.8900. The Barrie store is located at 50 Concert Way Barrie, ON.

Cabela’s Incorporated, the World’s Foremost Outfitter® of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear, established Cabela’s Canada in 2007 with a retail store and headquarters for Canadian operations in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Currently, Cabela’s Canada operates eight stores, including locations in Winnipeg, Manitoba; Nanaimo, British Columbia; Barrie, Ontario; Saskatoon and Regina, Saskatchewan; Moncton, New Brunswick and two in Edmonton, Alberta. The company also has announced plans to open stores in Calgary, Alberta, in fall 2015; Ottawa, Ontario, in spring 2016; and Abbotsford, British Columbia in summer of 2016.

Cabela’s stores offer thousands of products, including hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, boating and wildlife-watching gear, as well as clothing and outdoor-themed gifts and furnishings. The company is famous for its strong brand and world-renowned reputation for delivering quality merchandise, value and legendary customer service.

Muskoka 3D Archery Shoot Winners

3D Archery Shoots Outdoors in Ontario

For those archers that want to compete well in 3D archery shoots you have to score well, especially on the X rings!

Lots of x Rings scored by the winners of A.I.M. (Archery In Muskoka) in Dwight.

Good friend, fellow hunter and owner Tom Carr of Fatal Force Outfitters took the top spot in pro unlimited division of the AIM event.

While Ashley Casperson took high ladies.

Congratulations to all that took part, attended and volunteered. Special thanks to the sponsors!


Lots of  X Rings made the difference for Tom and Ashley scores during the 3D archery shoot!



Tom punching x rings during the Archery In Muskoka event

Archery In Muskoka 3D

Why Did TIm Hortons Cancel Enbridges Contract

Will YOU Help The Rebel Support Enbridge

Ever since Tim Hortons insulted Canadian workers last week, their corporate executives have gone into hiding. They ripped up an ad contract with a pipeline company called Enbridge — suggesting that Canadians who work in oil and gas aren’t good enough for them. But then they wouldn’t defend their decision, or even explain it.

An apology? No chance. They went silent. Even as tens of thousands of their loyal customers asked, “why do you disrespect me?”

So I drove to the Tim Hortons head office in Oakville — armed with a petition signed by more than 8,500 Canadians demanding an apology from Tim Hortons.

At first, the executives refused to come down. They pretended they weren’t there. Then they pretended they weren’t available.

Fine — I just sat and waited. And waited. And when they realized I wasn’t going anywhere, the president of Tim Hortons Canada himself, David Clanachan, finally came down.

And the first thing he said to me was: he wouldn’t talk to me unless I turned off the camera!

Well, what do you think I did? Click here for a sneak preview.

I’ll show you the whole thing, tonight at 8 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. MT on Tune in — if you were mad at Tim Hortons before, you’ll be positively furious now.

Yours truly,

Ezra Levant

P.S. Close to 10,000 Canadians have already signed our petition already at And we’ve raised enough funds to run more than 400 radio ads on these stations: Timmins 1710 AM; Timmins 102.3 FM; Temagami 92.1 FM; Toronto (Etobicoke) 101.7 FM; Smooth Rock Falls 101.9 FM; Kapuskasing 92.3 FM; Kirkland Lake 99.5 FM; Hearst 95.5 FM; Chapleau 92.7 FM. And the good folks at Genzel Family Media are running our ads for free, in Brantford and Hamilton.

P.P.S. If you haven’t signed the petition yet, please do by clicking here. You can also click here to chip in to help us buy radio ads too!

P.P.P.S. And don’t forget to click back tonight to at 8 p.m. ET, 6 p.m. MT, to watch the video of my conversation with the Tim’s CEO!