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Moose licences available for Beneficiaries
The Nunatsiavut Government has 25 moose licences available to be drawn and harvested by Beneficiaries of the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement for the 2023-24 hunting season.
The 2023-24 Beneficiary moose licences will be distributed as follows:
- Nain 7 licences (6 household draw, 1 community freezer)
- Hopedale 2 licences (1 household draw, 1 HICG)
- Makkovik 2 licenses (1 household draw, 1 MICG)
- Postville 2 licences (1 household draw, 1 PICG)
- Rigolet 2 licences (1 household draw, 1 RICG)
- Goose Bay 2 licences (1 household draw, ICC)
- North West River 2 licences (1 household draw, 1 ICC)
Household draw licences will be valid for 14 days. If a licence is not filled within 14 days, a new draw will take place to designate a new hunter. This will continue until all licences are filled.
Interested Beneficiaries must apply at their local Nunatsiavut Government office. There is a limit of one licence per household. You must present yourself at a Nunatsiavut Government office to have your name entered into the draw.
Proof of residency as well as your Nunatsiavut Beneficiary card may be requested.
The 2023-24 moose hunting season will open on September 18, 2023 and will close on March 7, 2024.
Beneficiaries with questions or comments can contact Wildlife Manager, Jason Dicker at 709-922-2942 ext. 249 or email@example.com
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