Canadian Aquatic Resources Section of the American Fisheries Society

New scholarships announced for students studying fish and wildlife

Shimano Canada and the all-party Parliamentary Outdoor Caucus of Canada recently announced ten new $3000 scholarships for post-secondary students studying fish and wildlife. Scholarship applications are due November 2, 2018.

Click here for more information about these scholarships, including how to apply.

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