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Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act, 1997
Loi de 1997 sur la protection du poisson et de la faune

ontario REGULATION 667/98

TRAPPING

Consolidation Period:  From September 1, 2017 to the e-Laws currency date.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 290/17.

This Regulation is made in English only.

Interpretation

1. (1) In this Regulation,

“certified trap” means a killing trap set out in Column 3 of Schedule 1 or a leg-hold restraining trap set out in Column 3 of Schedule 2;

“killing trap” means a device designed to kill an animal by seizing and holding it by part of its body;

“leg-hold restraining trap” means a trap that is designed to capture but not kill an animal by seizing and holding it by a leg;

“registered trapline area” means an area designated and outlined in black on a registered trapline area map, one of a series of registered trapline area maps covering various parts of the Province of Ontario, produced by the Ministry and filed in the office of the Director of Species Conservation Policy Branch of the Ministry, as such maps may exist from time to time;

“relaxing cable restraint” means a suspended snare that is designed to capture and restrain an animal alive through a relaxing lock mechanism that allows the cable loop to loosen when pressure is released. O. Reg. 667/98, s. 1 (1); O. Reg. 303/07, s. 1; O. Reg. 369/12, s. 1; O. Reg. 181/14, s. 1; O. Reg. 388/15, s. 1.

(2) A reference in this Regulation to a period of time that begins and ends on specific dates shall be deemed to include the first and last dates of the period.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 1 (2).

(3)  A reference in this Regulation to a wildlife management unit is a reference to that unit as referred to in Schedule 1 to Part 6 of Ontario Regulation 663/98 (Area Descriptions) made under the Act except that if a wildlife management unit is referred to by whole number only, the whole number includes a reference to all of the wildlife management units referred to in Schedule 1 by that number used in combination with a letter, or a letter and another number. O. Reg. 89/17, s. 1.

Licences

2. (1) A person shall not trap a black bear except in an area specified in Table 2 of Ontario Regulation 670/98 (Open Seasons — Wildlife) during the open season specified in the Table for the area.  O. Reg. 582/99, s. 1.

(2) A person shall not trap a furbearing mammal except in an area specified in Table 6 of Ontario Regulation 670/98 (Open Seasons — Wildlife) during the open season specified in the Table for the species and the area.  O. Reg. 582/99, s. 1.

3. (1) A trapping licence authorizes the holder to hunt or trap furbearing mammals and black bear in the area designated in the licence, subject to section 8. O. Reg. 667/98, s. 3 (1); O. Reg. 369/12, s. 2.

(2) The holder of a trapping licence may hunt raccoon at night in the area designated in the licence if accompanied by a dog licensed for that purpose.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 3 (2).

4. A Nishnawbe Aski First Nation Fur Harvesters licence to sell pelts and carcasses, a Trapper’s Authority issued by Grand Council Treaty #3 Trapping Resource Centre and a Trapper’s Authority issued by the Union of Ontario Indians shall be deemed to be trapping licences.  O. Reg. 635/00, s. 1.

5. A trapping licence is valid for the period specified in the licence. O. Reg. 173/13, s. 1.

6. The holder of a trapping licence shall not capture or kill more than the number of the species of furbearing mammals and black bear fixed by the licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 6.

7. (1) It is a condition of a trapping licence that the holder kill at least 75 per cent of the number of beaver fixed by the licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 7 (1).

(2) If a holder of a trapping licence fails to meet the condition under subsection (1), the Minister may refuse to renew that licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 7 (2).

8. (1) The holder of a trapping licence may hunt or trap on land designated in the licence that is,

(a) Crown land in the registered trapline area;

(b) Crown land, other than Crown land described in clause (a); and

(c) land, other than Crown land, in respect of which he or she has the written permission of a person legally entitled to give it to trap furbearing mammals.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 8 (1).

(2) The holder of a trapping licence may hunt or trap on land owned by him or her or on land on which he or she has permission to trap, if the land is within or adjacent to the registered trapline area designated in his or her licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 8 (2).

9. (1) Only one registered trapline area shall be designated in a trapping licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 9 (1).

(2) Despite subsection (1), a holder of a licence that designated more than one registered trapline area before the day this Regulation comes into force may obtain a licence for those registered trapline areas.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 9 (2).

10. (1) The person assigned a registered trapline area is the head trapper and has all the rights and obligations associated with trapping in that area.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 10 (1).

(2) The head trapper is responsible for ensuring compliance with the Act and the regulations even though he or she may use helper trappers to assist in hunting or trapping under his or her licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 10 (2).

(3) A licence issued to a helper trapper,

(a) restricts the helper to hunting or trapping on the area for which the head trapper is authorized to hunt or trap; and

(b) limits the helper to assisting the head trapper in hunting or trapping a quantity of furbearing mammals authorized in the head trapper’s licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 10 (3).

(4) The head trapper and all helper trappers shall not cumulatively exceed the quotas fixed in the licence of the head trapper.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 10 (4).

11. (1) A trapping licence may be issued to a resident or a Canadian citizen.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 11 (1).

(2) A trapping licence may be issued to an applicant who is 16 years of age or older if the applicant,

(a) holds a class H1 outdoors card issued under Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting); and

(b) has successfully completed the fur harvest, fur management and conservation course described under section 16 within the five-year period preceding the application and produces a certificate to that effect.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 11 (2); O. Reg. 216/13, s. 1 (1); O. Reg. 388/15, s. 2.

(3) Despite clause (2) (a), a trapping licence may be issued to a Canadian citizen if the person,

(a) meets the qualifications set out in clause (2) (b); and

(b) holds a hunting licence issued by another jurisdiction of which the person was a resident within the five-year period immediately preceding the application and provides evidence of that fact.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 11 (3).

(4) Clause (2) (b) does not apply if the applicant,

(a) has held a trapping licence issued under this Regulation or a predecessor to it within the five-year period immediately preceding the application and provides evidence of that fact; and

(b) files the season-end harvest report described under section 13 for the last year trapped (if such a report was required) or provides evidence of having filed the report.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 11 (4).

(5) Despite subsection 64 (1) of the Act, a trapping licence may be issued to an applicant who is at least 12 years of age and under 16 years of age if the applicant,

(a) has successfully completed the fur harvest, fur management and conservation course described under section 16 within the five-year period preceding the application and produces a certificate to that effect; and

(b) files with the application a consent signed by both parents, if the applicant resides with them, or by one parent or guardian in all other cases. O. Reg. 216/13, s. 1 (2).

(5.1) A trapping licence issued under subsection (5) is subject to the following conditions:

1. In registered trapline areas, the licence holder shall not be a head trapper.

2. The licence holder shall not hunt or trap furbearing mammals or black bears unless he or she is under the direct and immediate supervision of a trapper who,

i. is at least 18 years of age, and

ii. holds a trapping licence.

3. The licence holder shall not carry or use a firearm unless he or she,

i. holds a class A1 hunter apprenticeship safety card or a class H1 outdoors card issued under Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting), and

ii. shares a single firearm with a trapper under whose supervision he or she is hunting or trapping. O. Reg. 216/13, s. 1 (2).

(5.2) It is a condition of the trapping licence of a trapper who supervises a licence holder under paragraph 2 of subsection (5.1) that he or she shall take all reasonable care to ensure that the licence holder complies with the Act and the regulations. O. Reg. 216/13, s. 1 (2).

(5.3) The holder of a trapping licence issued under subsection (5) who attains the age of 16 years before the end of the term of the licence may continue to hold the licence until its term expires. O. Reg. 216/13, s. 1 (2).

(5.4) If the holder of a trapping licence issued under subsection (5) applies for a trapping licence under subsection (2) and obtains that trapping licence, he or she shall surrender the trapping licence issued under subsection (5). O. Reg. 216/13, s. 1 (2).

(6) In this section,

“Canadian citizen” means a person who is a citizen within the meaning of the Citizenship Act (Canada) or a person who is a permanent resident as defined by the Immigration Act (Canada) but is not a resident as defined in section 1 of the Act.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 11 (6).

12. (1) The holder of a trapping licence may hunt or trap furbearing mammals,

(a) in a part of Rondeau Provincial Park if the area is designated on the trapping licence; or

(b) in a registered trapline area in a provincial park designated on the trapping licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 12 (1).

(2) The person hunting or trapping in a provincial park in accordance with subsection (1) may,

(a) possess a firearm or trap for the purpose; and

(b) possess any wildlife legally killed by him or her in the provincial park.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 12 (2).

Record-Keeping Requirements

13. (1) The holder of a trapping licence shall complete a season-end harvest report in the form provided by the Minister.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 13 (1).

(2) The holder of a trapping licence shall include the following information in the appropriate place on his or her season-end harvest report:

1. The quantity of furbearing mammals or black bear harvested under the licence during the open season for each species listed in the report.

2. The quantity of pelts or black bear hides sold or shipped to be sold before June 1 for each species listed in the report.

3. The quantity of pelts or black bear hides left in possession of the licence holder on June 1 for each species listed in the report.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 13 (2).

(3) The holder of the trapping licence shall complete the information required under paragraph 1 of subsection (2) within 24 hours after the close of the open season for each species and record the date each record was made verified by the licence holder’s initials.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 13 (3).

(3.1) Despite subsection (3), if a trapping licence authorizes the licence holder to trap a species in two or more areas with different open seasons, the licence holder shall complete the information required under paragraph 1 of subsection (2) within 24 hours of the close of the open season that closes the latest in the year and record the date the record was made, verified by the licence holder’s initials. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 1.

(4) The licence holder shall submit the report to the address indicated on the report on or before June 10 following the issuance of the licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 13 (4).

Multiplicity of Licences

14. (1) A person shall not hold a trapping licence and a farmer’s licence to sell pelts and carcasses at the same time.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 14 (1).

(2) The holder of a trapping licence or a farmer’s licence to sell pelts and carcasses may surrender that licence and obtain the other licence.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 14 (2).

15. (1) A holder of a fur dealer’s licence, his or her agent or a family member of the fur dealer shall not hold a trapping licence or a farmer’s licence to sell pelts and carcasses.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 15 (1).

(2) A person who keeps farmed animals that are furbearing mammals and any family members of that person who live with him or her shall not,

(a) hold a trapping licence for which a quota is assigned for the same species of furbearing mammals that are kept by that person;

(b) hold a farmer’s licence to sell pelts and carcasses; or

(c) hold a fur dealer’s licence or act as agent for a fur dealer.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 15 (2).

(3) Despite subsections (1) and (2), a person may be issued a licence prohibited under those subsections if the Director of Species Conservation Policy Branch of the Ministry is of the opinion that,

(a) undue financial hardship would result from the inability to simultaneously hold the two licences or to hold a licence and to keep farmed animals that are furbearing mammals; and

(b) record-keeping or other measures will adequately reduce the risk that pelts from farmed animals or pelts kept under the various licences could be intermixed.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 15 (3); O. Reg. 388/15, s. 3.

Trapper Education

16. (1) The Minister may establish or approve courses in fur harvesting and fur management and conservation which shall deal with,

(a) the history of fur management, humane trapping, fur laws and policies, furbearing mammals and the descriptions of pelts;

(b) trapping equipment, trapping and survival; and

(c) the biology, management, trapping and handling of pelts of furbearing mammals, black bear and other wildlife as determined by the Minister.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 16 (1).

(2) The course shall include a field demonstration and test of the efficiency and humane operation of the trap sets.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 16 (2).

(3) An instructor appointed under subsection (4) to conduct the course shall issue a certificate in the form approved by the Minister to each person who successfully completes the course. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 4.

(4) The Minister or a person designated by the Minister may appoint instructors who are competent to conduct the course and examine trappers on the content of the course.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 16 (4).

Traps and Methods

17. A person shall not use,

(a) a trap that has a hook or sharpened device capable of impaling a furbearing mammal;

(b) a spring pole set, except with a killing trap;

(c) a deadfall;

(d) a trap that has teeth or serrations on its jaws;

(e) a suspended snare unless,

(i) the snare is set for varying hare, cottontail, European hare or red squirrel,

(ii) a snare lock or other device is used in such a manner that the noose is prevented from expanding, or

(iii) the snare is a relaxing cable restraint that complies with the requirements of subsection 17.1 (1) and is used in accordance with subsection 17.1 (2); or

(f) a number 110 Conibear trap or any body-gripping trap of a similar construction with equivalent or less killing power unless,

(i) the trap is set for muskrat, subject to subsection 18 (1), or

(ii) the trap is set for mink in such a manner that the captured mink will be submerged in water and prevented from resurfacing.

(g) Revoked:  O. Reg. 303/07, s. 3.

O. Reg. 667/98, s. 17; O. Reg. 34/01, s. 1; O. Reg. 303/07, s. 3; O. Reg. 388/15, s. 5.

17.1 (1) A relaxing cable restraint referred to in subclause 17 (e) (iii) shall comply with the following requirements:

1. The relaxing cable restraint shall be made of cable consisting of galvanized multi-strand steel which is 3/32 inch or larger in diameter.

2. The relaxing cable restraint shall have two cable stops set in a manner such that,

i. at its maximum, the cable loop cannot expand to be larger than 30 centimetres in diameter, and

ii. at its minimum, the cable loop cannot restrict to be smaller than 8.9 centimetres in diameter.

3. When the cable loop of the relaxing cable restraint is fully closed at its minimum position, the length of the cable measured from the anchor point to the relaxing lock shall not exceed 1.5 metres.

4. The relaxing cable restraint shall have at least two swivel devices which allow for 360° rotation between the loop and the anchor, with one swivel device located at the anchor point.

5. The relaxing cable restraint shall have a breakaway mechanism affixed at the relaxing lock that is rated at 122.5 kilograms or less. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 6.

(2) A person who uses a relaxing cable restraint shall comply with the following requirements:

1. The person shall set the relaxing cable restraint for coyote or wolf only.

2. The person shall set the relaxing cable restraint on land.

3. The person shall not set the relaxing cable restraint in a manner that may result in the captured animal reaching a body of water or reaching any part of a fence, rooted woody vegetation, or other object in which the animal may become entangled.

4. The person shall not set the relaxing cable restraint in a manner or in a place that may result in the captured animal being suspended with its feet off the ground.

5. The person shall not use springs, counter-balanced weights, powered mechanisms or other similar devices to operate the relaxing cable restraint. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 6.

18. (1) If a species is listed in Column 2 of Schedule 1 or in Column 2 of Schedule 2, a person shall not use a trap for trapping the species unless,

(a) the trap that is used is set out in Column 3 of the relevant Schedule opposite the species; and

(b) the trap is used in accordance with any conditions set out in section 18.1. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 2.

(2) Despite subsection (1),

(a) muskrat may be trapped using traps known as funnel traps if they are set under the surface of the water;

(b) lynx may be trapped using a suspended snare in accordance with this Regulation. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 2.

18.1 (1) A person may set a trap set out in Column 3 of Schedule 1 to trap beaver only on land or under water, subject to subsection (2). O. Reg. 290/17, s. 2.

(2) A person shall not use a body-gripping trap with a jaw spread greater than 22 centimetres in wildlife management units 60 to 95 except as part of an underwater set used in the trapping of beaver and otter. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 2.

(3) The following conditions apply to a person using a trap set out in Column 3 of Schedule 1 or 2 to trap muskrat:

1. If the person is using a jaw-type killing trap or a jaw-type leg-hold trap, the trap must exert clamping force on the animal and be set as a submersion set in a manner consistent with clause 19 (2) (c) or subsection 19 (3).

2. If the person is using any other type of certified killing trap set out for trapping muskrat in Column 3 of Schedule 1, the trap must be set on land. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 2.

(4) The following conditions apply to a person using certain traps set out in Column 3 of Schedule 2 to trap lynx:

1. In the case of a person using a trap known as the Oneida Victor #3 Soft Catch, the trap must be equipped with either two coil springs or four coil springs.

2. In the case of a person using a trap known as the Oneida Victor #3, the trap must be equipped with a minimum of 8 mm thick, non-offset steel jaws, four coil springs and an anchoring swivel centre mounted on a base plate. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 2.

19. (1) A person shall not set a leg-hold trap, except a foot snare, for a furbearing mammal.  O. Reg. 351/01, s. 1.

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who sets a leg-hold trap,

(a) for a bobcat, coyote or wolf using a leg-hold trap other than a trap that has two planar steel jaws less than 9 mm in thickness which come into contact with one another over their full length when the trap is sprung;

(a.1) for lynx or raccoon, in accordance with subsection 18 (1);

(b) for a species of fox using a leg-hold trap,

(i) smaller than a trap commonly known as a number 3, or

(ii) other than a trap that has two planar steel jaws less than 9 mm in thickness which come into contact with one another over their full length when the trap is sprung; or

(c) for beaver, muskrat, otter or mink if the trap is set under ice or attached to,

(i) a sliding lock on a drowning wire or a device that will immediately submerge the captured animal in water and prevent it from resurfacing, or

(ii) a heavy object that will dislodge immediately upon the springing of the trap and will submerge the captured animal in water and prevent it from resurfacing.  O. Reg. 351/01, s. 1; O. Reg. 303/07, s. 5; O. Reg. 155/10, s. 1.

(3) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who sets a leg-hold trap for mink or muskrat if the trap will submerge the captured animal in water immediately upon the springing of the trap and if the trap is sufficiently heavy to prevent it from resurfacing.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 19 (3).

(4) Subsection (1) does not apply to a person who sets a leg-hold trap on land for red squirrel if the trap is enclosed and set so as to kill the captured animal immediately upon the trap being sprung. O. Reg. 667/98, s. 19 (4); O. Reg. 290/17, s. 3.

20. A person shall not trap a black bear except with a foot snare, box or culvert trap.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 20.

21. (1) A person shall release any black bear cub or female black bear accompanied by a cub that the person traps during any part of an open season for bear specified in Table 2 of Ontario Regulation 670/98 that falls within May or June of any year. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 4.

(2) In this section,

“cub” means a bear born in the year of the hunt. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 4.

22. A person shall not trap a black bear within 400 metres of a waste disposal site as defined in Part V of the Environmental Protection Act.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 22.

23. A person shall not set a leg-hold trap in a tree, on a pole, or in any other place that may result in the captured animal being suspended with its feet off the ground.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 23; O. Reg. 388/15, s. 7.

24. (1) A person shall not use a leg-hold trap that has a jaw spread greater than,

(a) 18 centimetres when set on land; or

(b) 21 centimetres when set in water.  O. Reg. 303/07, s. 6.

(2) Despite subsection (1), a person entitled to use a leg-hold trap may trap for wolf with a leg-hold trap that has a jaw spread not exceeding 23 centimetres if the person is permitted to do so by the district manager in the district in which the permission is sought and the person uses the trap in accordance with the terms of the permission.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 24 (2).

(3) The District Manager may give permission if in his or her opinion the trap can be used in a manner that ensures public safety and if there is little risk of a species other than wolf being caught in the trap.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 24 (3).

25. (1) A person shall not use a leg-hold trap on land with a chain, cable, rope, wire or other trap chain whose total length exceeds 31 centimetres unless drags are used.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 25 (1).

(2) The length of a trap chain is the distance,

(a) where the trap chain is attached above the ground to an object, measured between the object and the nearest part of the trap; or

(b) where the trap chain is attached under ground to an object, measured between the intersection of the trap chain with the surface of the ground and the nearest point of the trap.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 25 (2).

(3) A person shall inspect every live holding trap set by the person at least once a day.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 25 (3).

(4) Subsection (3) does not apply to a person who traps in the parts of Ontario lying north of the line formed by the center line of the most northerly east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company and the center line of the forest access road constructed on the site of what was formerly part of the east-west line of the Canadian National Railway Company between the villages of Calstock and Nakina.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 25 (4).

(5) A live holding trap is one that is not designed or set to kill or drown the animal immediately upon the animal being captured. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 8.

26. (1) A person permitted under clause 22 (2) (a), (b) or (c) of the Act to use a body-gripping trap shall not use a snare for any purpose,

(a) in those parts of Ontario designated as Part 1 on the Suspended Snare Trapping Regulation Plan; or

(b) in those parts of Ontario designated as Part 2 on the Suspended Snare Trapping Regulation Plan, during an open season for deer during which a person may use or be accompanied by a dog while hunting deer. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 9 (1).

(2) Despite subsection (1) and subsection 18 (1), a person permitted under clause 22 (2) (a), (b) or (c) of the Act to use a body-gripping trap may set,

(a) a snare under the surface of any body of water; or

(b) a foot snare or cable-live trap in a horizontal position on the ground.  O. Reg. 303/07, s. 7; O. Reg. 388/15, s. 9 (2).

(3) Despite subsection (1) and subject to section 17.1, a person permitted under clause 22 (2) (a), (b) or (c) of the Act to use a body-gripping trap may use a relaxing cable restraint to trap wolf or coyote under section 31 of the Act. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 9 (3).

(4) Despite clause (1) (a) and subject to subsection (3) and section 17.1, a person permitted under clause 22 (2) (a), (b) or (c) of the Act to use a body-gripping trap may use a relaxing cable restraint to trap wolf or coyote, but shall not do so in an area during an open season for deer during which a person may use or be accompanied by a dog while hunting deer in the area. O. Reg. 290/17, s. 5.

(5) For the purposes of this section, a reference to an open season for deer during which a person may use or be accompanied by a dog while hunting deer does not include an open season for deer during which a person is permitted under subsection 86 (4) of Ontario Regulation 665/98 (Hunting) to use a dog only to search for lawfully wounded deer. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 9 (3).

(6) In this section,

“Suspended Snare Trapping Regulation Plan” means the plan entitled “Suspended Snare Trapping Regulation Plan”, filed with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in the Ministry and available from the Ministry. O. Reg. 388/15, s. 9 (3); O. Reg. 89/17, s. 3.

27. (1) A person shall not possess a body-gripping trap unless the person,

(a) is lawfully entitled to use the trap;

(b) was lawfully entitled to use the trap within the five years preceding the date on which the person was found to be in possession of the body-gripping trap;

(c) engages in activities related to the manufacture, repair, sale, transportation or storage of the traps or the conduct of research with respect to those traps;

(d) is a collector of traps and the trap is rendered incapable of being used for trapping; or

(e) possesses the traps for educational purposes in the course of employment by an educational institution or government.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 27 (1).

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply to traps in a museum or public display if most of the funding for the museum or display comes from a government in Canada.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 27 (2).

Spoilage

28. A trapper who kills a furbearing mammal may, if the pelt is of no commercial value, abandon it or permit it to be spoiled or destroyed.  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 28.

29. Omitted (revokes other Regulations).  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 29.

30. Omitted (provides for coming into force of provisions of this Regulation).  O. Reg. 667/98, s. 30.

Schedule 1
Certified Killing TRaps

Column 1

Item

Column 2

Species

Column 3

Trap Type

1.

Beaver

Bélisle Classic 330

2.

Beaver

Bélisle Super X 280

3.

Beaver

Bélisle Super X 330

4.

Beaver

B.M.I. Body Gripper 280

5.

Beaver

B.M.I. Body Gripper 330

6.

Beaver

B.M.I. BT 300

7.

Beaver

Bridger 330

8.

Beaver

Duke 330

9.

Beaver

LDL C280

10.

Beaver

LDL C280 Magnum

11.

Beaver

LDL C330

12.

Beaver

LDL C330 Magnum

13.

Beaver

Rudy 280

14.

Beaver

Rudy 330

15.

Beaver

Sauvageau 1000-11F

16.

Beaver

Sauvageau 2001-8

17.

Beaver

Sauvageau 2001-11

18.

Beaver

Sauvageau 2001-12

19.

Beaver

Species-Specific 330 Dislocator Half Magnum

20.

Beaver

Species-Specific 440 Dislocator Half Magnum

21.

Beaver

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 280

22.

Beaver

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 330

23.

Canada Lynx

Bélisle Super X 280

24.

Canada Lynx

Bélisle Super X 330

25.

Canada Lynx

B.M.I 220 Body Gripper

26.

Canada Lynx

B.M.I 280 Magnum Body Gripper

27.

Canada Lynx

B.M.I 220 Magnum Body Gripper

28.

Canada Lynx

B.M.I 280 Body Gripper

29.

Canada Lynx

Bridger 220

30.

Canada Lynx

Bridger 280 Mag Bodygripper

31.

Canada Lynx

LDL C220

32.

Canada Lynx

LDL C220 Magnum

33.

Canada Lynx

LCL C280 Magnum

34.

Canada Lynx

LDL C330

35.

Canada Lynx

LDL C330 Magnum

36.

Canada Lynx

Rudy 330

37.

Canada Lynx

Sauvageau 2001-8

38.

Canada Lynx

Sauvageau 2001-11

39.

Canada Lynx

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 330

40.

Fisher

Bélisle Super X 120

41.

Fisher

Bélisle Super X 160

42.

Fisher

Bélisle Super X 220

43.

Fisher

Koro #2

44.

Fisher

LDL C160 Magnum

45.

Fisher

LDL C220 Magnum

46.

Fisher

Rudy 120 Magnum

47.

Fisher

Rudy 160 Plus

48.

Fisher

Rudy 220 Plus

49.

Fisher

Sauvageau 2001-5

50.

Fisher

Sauvageau 2001-6

51.

Fisher

Sauvageau 2001-7

52.

Fisher

Sauvageau 2001-8

53.

Marten

Bélisle Super X 120

54.

Marten

Bélisle Super X 160

55.

Marten

B.M.I. Body Gripper 126 Magnum

56.

Marten

Eiabzugseisen

57.

Marten

Kleiner Schwanenhals

58.

Marten

Koro #1

59.

Marten

Koro #2

60.

Marten

KP120

61.

Marten

LDL B120 Magnum

62.

Marten

LDL C160 Magnum

63.

Marten

Northwoods 155

64.

Marten

Rudy 120 Magnum

65.

Marten

Rudy 160 Plus

66.

Marten

Sauvageau C120 Magnum

67.

Marten

Sauvageau 2001-5

68.

Marten

Sauvageau 2001-6

69.

Muskrat

Any jaw-type killing trap

70.

Muskrat

Bélisle Super X 110

71.

Muskrat

Bélisle Super X 120

72.

Muskrat

B.M.I. Body Gripper 120

73.

Muskrat

B.M.I. Body Gripper 120 Magnum

74.

Muskrat

B.M.I. Body Gripper 126 Magnum

75.

Muskrat

Bridger 120

76.

Muskrat

Bridger 120 Magnum Bodygripper

77.

Muskrat

Bridger 155 Magnum Bodygripper

78.

Muskrat

Duke 120

79.

Muskrat

Koro Large Rodent Double Spring

80.

Muskrat

Koro Muskrat

81.

Muskrat

LDL B120

82.

Muskrat

LDL B120 Magnum

83.

Muskrat

Oneida Victor 120 Stainless Steel

84.

Muskrat

Ouell RM

85.

Muskrat

Ouell 411-180

86.

Muskrat

Rudy 110

87.

Muskrat

Rudy 120

88.

Muskrat

Rudy 120 Magnum

89.

Muskrat

Sauvageau C120 Magnum

90.

Muskrat

Sauvageau C120 “Reverse Bend”

91.

Muskrat

Sauvageau 2001-5

92.

Muskrat

Triple M

93.

Muskrat

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 110

94.

Muskrat

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 120

95.

Otter

Bélisle Super X 220

96.

Otter

Bélisle Super X 280

97.

Otter

Bélisle Super X 330

98.

Otter

LDL C220

99.

Otter

LDL C220 Magnum

100.

Otter

LDL C280 Magnum

101.

Otter

Sauvageau 2001-8

102.

Otter

Sauvageau 2001-11

103.

Otter

Sauvageau 2001-12

104.

Otter

Rudy 220 Plus

105.

Otter

Rudy 280

106.

Otter

Rudy 330

107.

Otter

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 220

108.

Otter

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 280

109.

Otter

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 330

110.

Raccoon

Bélisle Classic 220

111.

Raccoon

Bélisle Super X 160

112.

Raccoon

Bélisle Super X 220

113.

Raccoon

Bélisle Super X 280

114.

Raccoon

B.M.I. Body Gripper 160

115.

Raccoon

B.M.I. Body Gripper 220

116.

Raccoon

B.M.I. Body Gripper 280

117.

Raccoon

B.M.I. Magnum Body Gripper 280

118.

Raccoon

Bridger 160

119.

Raccoon

Bridger 220

120.

Raccoon

Bridger 280 Mag Bodygripper

121.

Raccoon

Duke 160

122.

Raccoon

Duke 220

123.

Raccoon

Koro #2

124.

Raccoon

LDL C 160

125.

Raccoon

LDL C 160 Magnum

126.

Raccoon

LDL C 220

127.

Raccoon

LDL C 220 Magnum

128.

Raccoon

LDL C 280 Magnum

129.

Raccoon

Northwoods 155

130.

Raccoon

Rudy 160

131.

Raccoon

Rudy 160 Plus

132.

Raccoon

Rudy 220

133.

Raccoon

Rudy 220 Plus

134.

Raccoon

Sauvageau 2001-6

135.

Raccoon

Sauvageau 2001-7

136.

Raccoon

Sauvageau 2001-8

137.

Raccoon

Species-Specific 220 Dislocator Half Magnum

138.

Raccoon

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 160

139.

Raccoon

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 220

140.

Weasel

Bélisle Super X 110

141.

Weasel

Bélisle Super X 120

142.

Weasel

B.M.I #60

143.

Weasel

B.M.I 120 Body Gripper Magnum

144.

Weasel

B.M.I 126 Body Gripper Magnum

145.

Weasel

Bridger 120

146.

Weasel

Bridger 120 Mag Bodygripper

147.

Weasel

Bridger 155 Mag Bodygripper

148.

Weasel

Koro Large Rodent Double Spring

149.

Weasel

Koro Muskrat Trap

150.

Weasel

Koro Rodent Trap

151.

Weasel

LDL B120 Magnum

152.

Weasel

Ouell 3-10

153.

Weasel

Ouell 411-180

154.

Weasel

Ouell RM

155.

Weasel

Rudy 120 Magnum

156.

Weasel

Sauvageau C120 Magnum

157.

Weasel

Sauvageau C120 “Reverse Bend”

158.

Weasel

Sauvageau 2001-5

159.

Weasel

Triple M

160.

Weasel

Victor Rat Trap

161.

Weasel

WCS Tube Trap Int’l

162.

Weasel

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 110

163.

Weasel

Woodstream Oneida Victor Conibear 120

O. Reg. 290/17, s. 6.

Schedule 2
Certified Leg-Hold Restraining Traps

Column 1

Item

Column 2

Species

Column 3

Trap Type

1.

Canada Lynx

Bélisle Footsnare #6

2.

Canada Lynx

Bélisle Sélectif

3.

Canada Lynx

Oneida Victor #3 Soft Catch

4.

Canada Lynx

Oneida Victor #3

5.

Muskrat

Any jaw type leg-hold trap

6.

Raccoon

Bridger T3

7.

Raccoon

Duffer’s Raccoon Trap

8.

Raccoon

Duke DP Coon Trap

9.

Raccoon

Egg Trap

10.

Raccoon

Lil’ Grizz Get’rz

O. Reg. 290/17, s. 6.