The MNR says a new service fee for fishing and hunting licences is supporting wildlife programming.
The $2 charge goes into effect Monday.
Natural Resources Minister Bill Mauro says the revenue will speak to the ministry's ability to continue the programming that's neccessary.
"The most recent example, about a year ago, was a moose aerial inventory. That was $5 million, I think. That money comes from the fees that people put in," says Mauro.
"We fly, we get data, and that determines what we do with the moose population in northern Ontario."