Did you know that OFAH Members can participate in the election of five provincial directors-at-large?
The deadline for voting for the Directors-at-large is coming soon, December 31 11:59 pm.
Please take time to read the bio’s of all these outstanding individuals
Unlike zone-elected directors, provincial directors-at-large are not tied to a specific region — they can come from anywhere in the province,including our very own Len Dickinson. Directors attend four provincial meetings a year, respond to Federation requests for advice and sit on one or more advisory committees. Five successful candidates, will take office for a two-year term, starting at the OFAH Annual General Meeting on April 2, 2020.
Follow the government parties answers to the asks of the NFHC
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) and the Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association (CSAAA), with support from several other organizations and companies, commissioned the Conference Board of Canada to quantify the overall economic footprint of fishing, hunting, trapping and sport shooting in Canada.
The resulting study determined that millions of Canadians participate in these activities, they spend billions of dollars, and they make an enormous impact on Canada’s economy.
As the election is approaching we as Anglers must make sure our voices are heard. Watch the video by JP De Rose and Keep Canada Fishing
The full report is now available for all to view. Thank you the our Head office staff for putting this together. Click on the picture above to read this report.
Congratulations to our own Wendell Crosbie for winning the 2019 Jack O’dette Conservation and Leadership Award. A very prestigious award. Thank you Wendell for all your hard work and dedication.
Is your club thinking of a Conservation Project this spring, well check this out. Remember we are here to help get you started. Details Here
O.F.A.H. Zone F has approximately 10,000 individual O.F.A.H. members and 2,000 O.F.A.H. Club members within its boundaries.
The zone commences at the south west corner of Cramahe township on the St. Lawrence River, up the western boundary of Cramahe and western boundary of Percy townships, along the north boundary of Percy and Seymour townships then along western boundary of Marmora and Lake townships, then across the north boundary of Lake, Tudor and Grimsthorpe townships, along the west boundary of Effingham, and Ashby townships, and along north boundary of Ashby and Denbigh townships, and along the eastern boundary of Denbigh, across north of Miller and North Canonto, and down the eastern boundary of North Canonto, across the north of Lavant, Darling, Pakenham, Fitzroy townships to the Ottawa River. The boundary then follows the Quebec/Ontario boarder to the St. Lawrence River which leads back to Brighton. The zone boundary description is in reference to geographic townships.
Our zone covers all or a portion of the following Wildlife Management Units: 60, 61, 62, 63a, 63b, 64a, 64b, 65, 66a, 66b, 67, 68a, 68b, 69a1, 69a2, 69a3, 69b, 70, 71, 72a and 74b. As well as sections of FMZ’s, Fisheries Management Zones 12,15,17,20 and all of 18.
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