In my column, “Rubs, Scrapes and Tangle” in the 2007 October Alberta Outdoorsmen, I discusss the long-standing issue of no Sunday hunting in Alberta. Many hunters wrongly believe it to be a religious issue. It hasn’t been that for years. Instead, it is people management issue where land owners want at least one day a week where they will not be bothered by hunters asking for permission or indeed trespassing on their land. (Note: In 2008, Alberta opened most of the province to Sunday hunting. See my revised article.)
So, what’s wrong with that?