Canada in the Rough has become "must watch" television for all North American hunters and is Canada’s most popular hunting show. The show is in its 8th season, and is hosted by Thomas Pigeon, Paul Beasley, Keith Beasley and Kevin Beasley. The high standards of photography and production put viewers right in the middle of the action, as the show visits mountains, prairies, bogs, forests, and the Arctic. Each episode strives to educate, inform, and entertain through a unique balance of a hunting experience combined with both the human and biological interactions with the species being hunted. Visit partner site
The Canadian Tradition is 100% Canadian and celebrates the tradition of hunting in Canada from coast to coast. It is a real life outdoor adventure show for Canadian viewers and like-minded enthusiasts. Visit partner site
For three decades, the CSAAA has provided leadership and a strong voice on behalf of the hunting and shooting industry in Canada, promoting its members’ commitment to conservation and the safe, responsible, ethical use of their products and services.
The organization is the industry’s interface with the legislators who make laws that govern our heritage shooting sports, while reminding Canadians that firearms and archery sport shooting are heritage endeavours with a rich and dignified history. Visit partner site
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is the oldest and largest nonprofit, nongovernment fish and wildlife conservation organization in Canada. It proudly represents more than 100,000 members, subscribers and supporters on issues of importance to anglers, hunters and conservationists.
At all levels of government, the OFAH is recognized as a highly professional and "devastatingly effective" advocate for Ontario's natural resources and the rights and traditions of anglers and hunters. OFAH leadership on issues such as invasive species, anti-poaching, fisheries restoration, firearms issues and hunter education, are admired and often sought-after internationally by other organizations.
Since 1928, OFAH members have been the backbone of Ontario's fish and wildlife conservation work. From investing in fish hatcheries, improving habitat, restoring wildlife and delivering youth programs, OFAH membership gets results.
Travel anywhere in the province and you will find OFAH members improving local streams and saving wetlands; reintroducing wildlife and stocking lakes; teaching hunter safety and taking kids fishing; feeding deer in winter emergencies and building waterfowl nesting boxes; raising funds through the OFAH Conservation Lottery; and proudly promoting the traditions of hunting and fishing that help keep Ontario strong.
Over the years, the OFAH has invested millions of dollars in fish and wildlife research and restoration projects. This has helped save public access to our Crown land, stopped unnecessary no-discharge of firearms bylaws and pushed for extended seasons and extra tags for big game hunters. Visit partner site
Safari Club International (SCI) focuses on protecting hunters’ rights and promoting wildlife conservation. Its worldwide network of 55,000 members come from 190 affiliated chapters, which encourage an appreciation for nature and wildlife so that conservation efforts remain strong, while also fighting to protect our rich hunting heritage. Visit partner site
Ducks Unlimited is the world's leader in wetlands and waterfowl conservation. DU got its start in 1937 during the Dust Bowl when North America’s drought-plagued waterfowl populations had plunged to unprecedented lows. Determined not to sit idly by as the continent’s waterfowl dwindled beyond recovery, a small group of sportsmen joined together to form an organization that became known as Ducks Unlimited. Its mission: habitat conservation.
Thanks to decades of abiding by that single mission, Ducks Unlimited is now the world’s largest and most effective private waterfowl and wetlands conservation organization. DU is able to multilaterally deliver its work through a series of partnerships with private individuals, landowners, agencies, scientific communities and other entities. Visit partner site