With November here and snow falling throughout the province already this week, some may be beginning to look forward to their favourite winter activity. For some, that may be hunting. Those looking to hunt this winter and wanting to set up a tree stand or a trail camera will now have to ask for permission from the property owner before doing so, that’s one of the rule changes for the 2018-19 hunting season. Darrell Crabbe from the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation says the new rule is a continuation of respect for landowners. Crabbe adds another thing to watch out for this year is Chronic Wasting Disease. He says hunters can find testing sites on the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation’s website. The Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation is encouraging all hunters to get their deer, whether it’s a white tail deer, elk or even a moose to get them tested to see if they’re healthy. The provincial government also reminds hunters that it’s a violation to hunt any wildlife at night and shooting across, along or from a provincial highway or a municipal roadway is prohibited.