Moose tag allocation process results
As of 2021, moose tags are distributed to Ontario residents using a points-based tag allocation process. See the Hunting Regulations Summary for more information about requirements to hunt moose in Ontario. This data breaks down the results of previous years’ moose tag allocation process results by: * year * Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) * moose type * season * allocation stage * choice * points of applicants * number of applicants * tags available * tags awarded * tags claimed Definitions of these variables can be found in the data dictionary below. An explanation of how the moose tag allocation process works, how to interpret results and what to consider when you apply, are available at ontario.ca/moosetagprocess. See summaries of last year’s minimum points required for each moose tag type.
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Data and Resources
Moose tag allocation process resultsCSVEnglish dataset CSV
Résultats du processus d’attribution de vignettes de chasse à l’orignalCSVFrench dataset CSV
Data dictionaryXLSXEnglish French dataset XLSX