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Three hunters received fines totaling $2,600 after<–more–> pleading guilty to trespassing to hunt and trespassing in possession of a firearm on property owned by Toronto and Region Conservation.   Antonio Razao, 46, and Mario Alpuim, 43, both of Mississauga, were both fined $400 for each offence. Arnaldo Santos, 49, of Maple, was fined $500 for each offence. 

It was Santos’s second trespassing to hunt offence and he had received warnings from the Ontario Provincial Police on earlier dates. 

Court heard that on May 31, 2008, the MNR TIPS line received information that three individuals had been seen hunting in the Bolton Management Resource Tract, which is owned by Toronto and Region Conservation. 

The three hunters were apprehended after the ministry conducted an investigation.  Assistance was received from conservation authority staff confirming land ownership and authorized uses.

Justice of the Peace Thomas McKeogh heard the case in the Ontario Court of Justice, Brampton, on December 2, 2008.

Hunters are reminded to ask permission before entering private land.  For more information on hunting regulations, please consult the Hunting Regulations Summary 2008-2009 available from licence issuers, ServiceOntario/Government Information Centres and on the ministry’s website at To report a natural resources violation, call 1-877-TIPS-MNR (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).


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As an avid lifelong angler and hunter, Peter’s outdoor knowledge and experiences keep expanding through his hundreds of hours of hunting and fishing podcast interviews with like minded experts. He has received numerous national writing awards. With thousands of outdoor pictures on Ripple Outdoors and many full-length articles with outdoor magazine and video clips you might say that he not only enjoys his outdoor lifestyle, but he’s quite the fanatic! In 2015 he earned fifth overall on the King of the Wood Contest hosted by Canada In The Rough team, pretty good for a baby boomer deer hunter. His buck was also one of the top bucks taken that season. Through Peter’s deer hunting seminars or by attending outdoor trade shows, like the Toronto Sportsmen Show and The SWOC Big Buck Show, he has connected with thousands of like minded people that love hunting and fishing. As a volunteer or member of local and national outdoor groups like QDMA, SWOC, Outdoor Writers of Canada, Archery Trade Show Association he continues to learn and hone his craft. Read his many articles, listen to his podcasts and rifle through thousands of photos on Ripple Outdoors. Discover Peter’s latest posts about outdoor gear, destinations, how to articles and interviews and you’ll be a better angler and hunter for the experience.

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