Matt DeMille

Manager of Fish & Wildlife Services, OFAH
Matt joined the OFAH in 2010 and has been the Land Use Specialist and Fisheries Biologist, and now Manager of Fish & Wildlife Services where he oversees the OFAH’s policy and conservation programs and serves as a political lobbyist at Queen’s Park and Parliament Hill. Matt holds B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in biology from Queen’s University, and brings a lifelong passion for fishing and hunting to the OFAH.
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Conventional wisdom may say it’s taboo to talk about politics, but it has such an influence on fishing and hunting that,
White-tailed deer buck in rut in the forest
In late June, the Ontario government announced a cabinet shuffle that resulted in profound changes for the Ministry of Natural Resources
UPDATE: Crown land camping and Ontario Parks camping will re-open as of 12:01 a.m. Friday, June 11, 2021. The prohibition on
The OFAH has developed a series of resources to challenge myths with facts and help better inform the general public, media,

During government budget season we’ve been talking to politicians about ongoing policy priorities, and how the OFAH, fishing and hunting can play into responding and recovering from the pandemic.


The OFAH delivered testimony on why fishing and hunting can and should be invested in as a critical sector in Ontario’s social and economic recovery from the impacts of COVID-19.

Matt DeMille - OFAH Insider