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News & Media

All media inquires involving OFAH policy, programs and staff can be directed to OFAH Communications Manager Shawn Cayley at (705) 748-6324 ext. 270 or


As outlined in the OFAH Strategic Plan, many of the organization’s short, medium and long-term goals are directly related to communications. Whether it’s through our flagship media holdings – Angler & Hunter Television, Ontario OUT OF DOORS magazine and Angler & Hunter Radio – our member’s only magazine – Angler & Hunter Hotline ­– press releases, social media, PSAs or the numerous television, radio and print interviews our staff conduct each year, OFAH communications helps ensure the merits of hunting, angling and conservation are spotlighted each year.

Social media

Whether your in the turkey blind, the tree stand, the bass boat or fishing off the dock, we know your smart phone is likely nearby. Share with us your prize buck, your big catch and your first-time experiences by visiting us on Facebook ( and following us on Twitter (@ofah). Let us be your one-stop-shop for outdoors news and help us promote hunting, fishing, conservation and the great outdoors province-wide.


Angler & Hunter Hotline remains one of the best tools for directly communicating with our 100,000 members. In 2014, the members-only magazine was given a complete re-design from cover to back. We’re using info graphics and images and in-depth features to better bring to life the issues that matter most to our members. The 16-page magazine is produced 10 times per year and appears in Ontario OUT of DOORS magazine as part of OFAH membership.

Press releases:
TackleShare is coming to Bewdley this weekend

Borrow fishing gear for free at Bewdley Waterfront Park PETERBOROUGH -- Whether you are eager to drop a line in the water and try fishing for the first time, or don’t have access…

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Honda Canada backs conservation and rewards OFAH members’ commitment

New - Honda Canada presents rebates for OFAH members PETERBOROUGH - Honda Canada and the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) have announced a partnership that will bring new opportunities for both…

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Rabbit and hare seasons restored in northern Ontario… for now

MNRF reconsiders stance and brings back hunting seasons following pressure from OFAH and hunters PETERBOROUGH -- The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has restored rabbit and hare hunting seasons in Wildlife Management…

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The MNRF changes to small game regulations will both positively and negatively affect Ontario hunters

Government’s lack of understanding of hunting in northern Ontario shows through PETERBOROUGH – For 10 years the OFAH has been asking for a review and update to small game hunting regulations – and…

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OFAH set to host 89th Annual General Meeting and Fish & Wildlife Conference

OFAH set to host 89th Annual General Meeting and Fish & Wildlife Conference Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry Kathryn McGarry to speak and participate in a Q&A with OFAH members PETERBOROUGH –…

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Fun and fishing will bring families together through Ontario Family Fishing Events

Fun and fishing will bring families together through Ontario Family Fishing Events Ontario residents can fish licence-free from Feb. 18-20 PETERBOROUGH -- Ontario Family Fishing Events (OFFE) offers a great opportunity for families…

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City TV set to air Angler & Hunter Television coast-to-coast

The OFAH, producers of the award winning Angler & Hunter Television (AHTV) program, is thrilled to announce an agreement has been reached with City TV to air AHTV, starting in January 2017.

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You can bring the National Archery in the Schools Program to your school

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is pleased to announce that the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) has received funding that will allow for free archery instruction for students…

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Fall Boating – It Takes A Little Bit More Care

Peterborough, ON, -- Boating in the fall offers colourful vistas, quiet anchorages and excellent fishing but it is not without its challenges that necessitate self-sufficiency and taking some additional precautions to keep from…

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