If you want to be in this year’s moose draw, get your applications ready.
They’ll be accepted from May 14 until June 8th.
4465 licenses are available this year, for the season that runs from September 25 to 29th.
That’s down from last year, when over 4635 hundred licenses were issued.
Ober 60, 000 people applied in 2017.
-Visiting the Department of Energy and Resource Development website, through the e-licensing system. The application fee will be billed to the applicant’s Visa, MasterCard or debit account;
-Going in person to an authorized vendor or any Service New Brunswick centre; or
calling 1-900-565-1500 on a Bell landline. Callers will have the application fee billed to the number from where they call.
-Please note the toll-free 1-800 line, which allowed callers to charge their application fee to a credit card over the phone, is no longer available.
The cost of applying for a moose licence is $9.55 (HST included).
Hunters have until closing time on June 9 to apply for the draw in person; until 8 p.m. the same day to apply by telephone; and until midnight to apply online.
More information is available on the department’s website, as well as at all department offices, vendors and Service New Brunswick centres. The results will be available July 3.