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Matt DeMille

Director of Policy and Programs, OFAH
Matt joined the OFAH in 2010 and has been the Land Use Specialist and Fisheries Biologist, Manager of Fish & Wildlife Services and now Director of Policy and Programs. He also 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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Premier Doug Ford and his entire pre-election cabinet  — at least those who ran —  are returning to Queen’s Park, but
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It’s election eve in Ontario. Tomorrow, many will go to the polls to cast their ballots in the provincial election. Although
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OFAH staff are in Ottawa today (May 30, 2022) for Great Lakes Day. In-person events on Parliament Hill have been all
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For me, my grouse gun has always been a hinge action Remington 28-gauge or Cooey .410. My go-to turkey gun has
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The OFAH released a report this week titled: What Firearms Are Reasonable and Proportionate for Hunting in Canada. This wasn’t something
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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,
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In late June, the Ontario government announced a cabinet shuffle that resulted in profound changes for the Ministry of Natural Resources
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UPDATE: Crown land camping and Ontario Parks camping will re-open as of 12:01 a.m. Friday, June 11, 2021. The prohibition on
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The OFAH has developed a series of resources to challenge myths with facts and help better inform the general public, media,
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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.

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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.

UPDATE — AUGUST 27, 2020 In July, the OFAH wrote to Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, Bill Blair (see
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