Looking for something fun to do this Family Day? Spend the day fishing at one of Ontario's designated lakes!\nTypically, fishers between 18 to 64 would need a valid fishing license to legally fish in Ontario. But from February 17 to 19, 2018, the Ontario Government is holding a family fishing event that allows Canadian residents to fish in province-wide waters without a mandatory fishing license.\nReminder: The whole family can enjoy license-free fishing this Family Day weekend (Feb 17-19)! 🆓🎣\n\nLearn more > https://t.co/aqNmLwqb4M pic.twitter.com/vbzDgVMZSk\n— Ontario MNRF (@ONresources) February 15, 2018\n"There has never been a better time to introduce a friend to fishing," reads the official event website.\nSeveral events, festivals and workshops are being held across the province on Family Day. Each event offers a great opportunity to spend time with family outdoors while developing "a strong connection with conservation through the enjoyment of fishing." See the full events list here.\nOf course, those fishing without a license must still follow the mandatory Conservation fishing limits, which are set out in the Ontario Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary. All other fees will continue to apply during the license-free period.\nFor more information, visit OntarioFamilyFishing.com.