Join us on Facebook
Welcome to the online site for The Capreol Press newspaper.
We attempt to bring you current news and events that are of interest to the areas
of Capreol, Hanmer, Valley East and Blezard Valley.

If you have a community group or organization that would like to promote events
and public service announcements we encourage you to email the information to:  or call: 705-858-1206
There is never any charge to place information in The Capreol Press or this
websites Community Events or Community Notes section.
A foray into beginner cooking and healthier eating on a budget.
Visit http://

Fish for Free During Family Fishing Week!

Ontario Encourages Families to Explore the Great Outdoors

June 29, 2015 1:00 P.M.

Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Ontarians can fish without buying a licence during Family Fishing Week from July 4-12.
People of all ages can enjoy one of Canada's favourite outdoor activities in a fun and
affordable way.

There are many family fishing events in towns and provincial parks across Ontario:
•Learn to Fish Programs in the Greater Toronto Area, both in-park and mobile
•Seven Urban Fishing Festivals in the Greater Toronto Area
•Bluewater Anglers Family Fun Fishing Derby in Point Edward on July 5
•Family Fish Frolic with Brian Jackson at Quetico Provincial Park on July 5
•Fishing in the Old Ausable Channel at Pinery Provincial Park on July 8
•Family Fishing Day at the Port Hope Marina on July 11
•Let's Go Fishing at Rock Point Provincial Park on July 12

More than 1.3 million licensed anglers participate in recreational fisheries and contribute
approximately $2.5 billion to the Ontario economy each year.

To see a full list of Family Fishing Week events across Ontario, please click here.

Quick Facts
•Canadians may fish without a licence in Ontario during Family Fishing Week, but non-
residents do need a licence.
•Ontario’s lakes and rivers are home to 160 types of freshwater fish.
•The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters, Canadian Sportfishing Industry
Association, Canadian National Sportfishing Foundation and many local sponsors and
volunteers support Family Fishing Week.
•Anglers are reminded to follow rules in the 2015 Fishing Regulations Summary.