I've been reading a lot of great stories about Moms and Dads hunting with their Daughters / Sons, they truly are memories to cherish for many years to come. I'm previliged to have a few myself. Both my Daughter and my Son (ages 14 and 12) love being in the woods, regardless if it's bear, deer, or birds we're hunting, they want to be there. My Daughter has been after me to get her registered for a hunter safety course and unfortunatley, there have not been any local ones available. My Son is born in December so he will be two years from getting his minors licence. I am a firm believer that the sooner we get them involved, the higher the chance they are going to gain an interest and remain in the sport. There has been much debate over the age registrictions for youth to begin being able to hunt small game as well as whitetail deer. My fear is that my kids,their friends (they each rotate bringing a friend when they come with me)and many other kids are going to lose interest in hunting due to the lack of courses / ability to hunt game at a younger age etc.If anyone is aware of any groups or associations in the Province that is encouraging or working towards this initiative,I would appreciate the info. I am willing to dedicate some of my time to assist where I can.