C-61.1, r. 1 - Regulation respecting hunting activities

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20. A hunter shall transport whole or in quarters any moose that he has killed until that animal is registered.
A hunter or the holder of a hunting licence referred to in the second paragraph of section 19.1 shall transport any white-tailed deer that he has killed, whole or in 2 approximately equal parts obtained by severing the animal in the middle without removing the head and external genitals, until that animal is registered.
O.C. 858-99, s. 20; O.C. 931-2005, s. 15; 909-2016O.C. 909-2016, s. 2; 484-2018O.C. 484-2018, s. 2.
20. A hunter shall transport whole or in quarters any moose that he has killed until that animal is registered.
A hunter shall transport any caribou he has killed, whole or in quarters, without removing the head and external genitals, until that animal is registered.
A hunter or the holder of a hunting licence referred to in the second paragraph of section 19.1 shall transport any white-tailed deer that he has killed, whole or in 2 approximately equal parts obtained by severing the animal in the middle without removing the head and external genitals, until that animal is registered.
O.C. 858-99, s. 20; O.C. 931-2005, s. 15; 909-2016O.C. 909-2016, s. 2.
20. A hunter shall transport whole or in quarters any caribou or moose that he has killed until that animal is registered.
A hunter or the holder of a hunting licence referred to in the second paragraph of section 19.1 shall transport any white-tailed deer that he has killed, whole or in 2 approximately equal parts obtained by severing the animal in the middle without removing the head and external genitals, until that animal is registered.
O.C. 858-99, s. 20; O.C. 931-2005, s. 15.