Filming on Crown land. For filming in provincial parks, see Park Filming.
Capture or collect fish specimens for scientific, non-recreational or non-commercial harvesting purposes.
- Fish Collection
To simplify the approval process for the aquaculture sector The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations (FLNR), Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) and Transport Canada (TC) work together to review aquaculture applications.
- Fish and Aquatic
Guide Outfitter Licences and Territory Certificates, Transporter Licence and Angling Guide Licences, including information about exams, renewals and transfers.
- Fish and Wildlife Guiding
Trout pond or applying for a permit to teach people to fish.
- Fishing Ponds and Schools
Licences that are not available for application, but may be available through a competitive, invitation, sale or direct award process. This includes tenures such as: Forest Licence, Tree Farm Licence, Woodlot Licence, Community Forest Agreement, First Nations Woodland Licence and Timber Sale Licence.
- Forest Licencing
Creation of trails and facilities as well as commercial use of recreation sites and trails.
- Forest Recreation
Industrial use of forest roads, works and connecting to Forest Service Roads (FSRs) and Forest Road construction.
- Forest Roads
Special Use Permits (SUPs) which allow for non-exclusive use and occupation of Crown land within the Provincial Forest for industrial, education or research purposes.
- Forest Use
Fossil ownership and collection.