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OFAH/MNRF extend partnership for Community Hatchery Program
OFAH/MNRF extend partnership for Community Hatchery Program

OFAH/MNRF extend partnership for Community Hatchery Program

Renewed three-year agreement underway to support community fish hatcheries in Ontario   PETERBOROUGH — The renewal of funding for the Community Hatchery Program (CHP) is great news for fishing in Ontario. Another three-year partnership is underway between the Ontario Federation…

Be on the lookout for Water Soldier
Be on the lookout for Water Soldier

Be on the lookout for Water Soldier

Trent-Severn Waterway has only known wild population in North America PETERBOROUGH — Users of the Trent-Severn Waterway should be on the lookout for the invasive aquatic plant, water soldier. Water soldier, an invasive plant from Eurasia, is causing harm to…

Hunters bear burden of moose management restrictions
Hunters bear burden of moose management restrictions

Hunters bear burden of moose management restrictions

Moose hunting in Ontario is undergoing a dramatic change. Despite a clear lack of public support, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) has approved changes to the licensed moose hunting season in Northern Ontario. “We’re disappointed that no…

OFAH applauds introduction of Bill C-655 to amend the Criminal Code
OFAH applauds introduction of Bill C-655 to amend the Criminal Code

OFAH applauds introduction of Bill C-655 to amend the Criminal Code

The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) congratulates Garry Breitkreuz, MP (YorktonMelville, Sask.), on the introduction of Bill C-655, An Act to amend the Criminal Code (interference with hunting, trapping, fishing or sport shooting). “Hunting, fishing and trapping are heritage activities…

OFAH hosting information sessions on Asian carp threat
OFAH hosting information sessions on Asian carp threat

OFAH hosting information sessions on Asian carp threat

November 13, 2014 With voracious appetites and rapid reproduction rates, Asian carps currently pose one of the greatest threats to the biodiversity of the Great Lakes. An Asian carps invasion would jeopardize the Great Lakes’ $5-billion fishery and decimate native fish populations.…