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Black Bear/Caribou (Labrador Only)

Vendors who plan to sell Black Bear and Caribou Licences in Labrador must obtain these licenses from the Government Service Centre.

Requirements

Vendors must:

  1. Hold a valid "Wildlife ID Number" issued by the Inland Fish and Wildlife Division, Department of Environment and Conservation;
  2. Be in good financial standing with the Inland Fish and Wildlife Division, Department of Environment and Conservation;
  3. Submit a completed Order Form to the Government Service Centre - allow 24 hours for staff to prepare orders;
  4. Include fee with Order;
  5. Request refund for all unsold licenses

Legislation

Statutes Regulations
Wildlife Act  

Fees

Vendor: As listed on the respective Order Form

Vendors may charge up to an additional $3.39 (H.S.T. included) per licence at time of sale.

Hunters: Fee Schedule opens new window (8 KB)

Applications and Publications

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Hunting and Trapping Guide opens new window (68.6 MB)

Order Form:

Refund Form:

Refund Form:

Printed copies of applications and publications are available at the Government Service Centre Division's regional and area offices.

Contact

Refer to the Government Service Centre Division's locations page for additional contact information.

Other

Resident Moose Licences in Newfoundland and Labrador, and Resident Caribou Licences for Newfoundland are only available through the Big Game Draw administered by the Inland Fish and Wildlife Division, Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation.

Non-Resident Moose, Caribou and Black Bear Licences are only available through licensed outfitters. Hunters should contact the outfitter of their choice to determine the availability of licenses and to obtain the required application forms.

Further information is available from the Inland Fish and Wildlife Division at 1-800-563-6353.

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