The Ontario Outdoors Recreational Alliance (OntORA) is a grassroots organization fighting to restore equal public access to Crown Land and Lakes in Ontario. In just 2 years OntORA has become an important voice representing thousands of disenchanted outdoors people across Ontario.
The Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters (OFAH) is the oldest and largest non-profit, non-government fish and wildlife conservation organization in Canada representing more than 100,000 individuals. For over 80 years OFAH has been recognized as an advocate for Ontario’s natural resources, and the rights and traditions of anglers and hunters.
OFAH represents a broad spectrum of member interests, and has a history of working professionally and cooperatively with the MNR at various political levels. OntORA’s goal of restoring equal public access to Crown land is an important issue that also affects many OFAH members.
Although OntORA and OFAH are separate organizations, both organizations represent Ontario outdoors people with common interests. It makes sense to work together as much as possible. OntORA looks forward to a strong working relationship with OFAH so everyone will be able to enjoy the wonderful Ontario outdoors for generations to come.