Hundreds of Saskatchewan sport hunters and anglers are having their say on the province’s hunting and angling regulations and, as a result, the Saskatchewan Government is extending the survey deadline from May 9 to May 23.
The survey is collecting views from hunters and anglers from across Saskatchewan as well as stakeholders and out-of-province visitors. Enterprise Saskatchewan is leading the province’s regulatory modernization process and will be co-ordinating this review. The feedback received through the survey will be forwarded to officials with the Ministry of Environment for analysis which will then be considered by the Saskatchewan Government’s Red Tape Reduction Committee.
The Red Tape Reduction Committee is made up of several members of the legislative assembly. The committee has been tasked with reviewing all regulations that have an impact on business to ensure that Saskatchewan’s regulatory structure is effective and efficient.
“Saskatchewan hunters and anglers are providing us great feedback on our regulations ...,” Environment Minister Dustin Duncan said.
An electronic link to the survey can be found on the Enterprise Saskatchewan website at www.enterprisesaskatchewan.ca. The survey will close on Wed., May 23, 2012, at 11:59 p.m. (CST)