While it is true that I am an ex-pat who still loves to take shots at the province, I am NOT this guy!
Sask. ex-pat kept hunting in province, now faces fines
Used health ID to get big game licences
The StarPhoenix January 3, 2010
It was February of 2003 when Brian Larson left Saskatchewan for greener pastures in Alberta.
His Saskatchewan Health card expired a few months later -- but Larson held onto the number printed on it, and in 2005, 2006 and 2007, it allowed him to keep the same big game hunting privileges as any true resident of his home province. He used his father's post office box in the town of Brock as his "address" when filling out applications.
Conservation officers caught up to Larson on May 6, 2008, when they searched his uncle's farm near the small town of Mankota and seized six sets of antlers from whitetail and mule deer -- three from the farmhouse, two more from an outbuilding and one from a grain bin. FULL STORY