The Ontario Conservation Officers Association is a non-profit Association of active and retired Ontario Conservation Officers and other natural resources law enforcement officers
Visit our new Conservation Officer History page, with an Historical Images Gallery, Deceased Conservation Officer information list and more.
MNRF’s “Make a Topo Map” Tool
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry has a web map application that you can use to make a custom map of any part of Ontario.
MNRF’s Fish ON-Line Tool
- Detailed, interactive mapping
- Directions to Ontario’s lakes and waterways from anywhere in North America.
- What fish species are available in over 13,000 lakes
- ServiceOntario locations where fishing licences are sold
- Where the province is stocking sport fish
- Lake depth contours for more than 300 lakes.
- Fishing rules and regulations in Ontario
OCOA Media Releases
- September 17, 2018 - Fall Boating – It Takes a Little Bit More Care
- September 13, 2018 - Fall Salmon Migration
- September 1, 2018 - New Executive to Serve Association Members
- June 25, 2018 - Hooked on Life Jackets 2018
- September 18, 2017 - Stretching the Season – Boating Safety Into The Fall
- August 15, 2016 - Mark Lamont – 2016 Ontario Conservation Officer of the Year
- August 31, 2015 - Peter Gilboe – 2015 Ontario Conservation Officer of the Year
- July 2, 2015 - Keep Ontario Anglers Safe on the Water
- May 10, 2015 - Conservation Officers Encourage Safe Boating
- August 30, 2014 - Steve Emms – Conservation Officer of the Year 2014
Ontario Conservation Officers find at least 10,000 offences every year, but they still need your help. Please report suspicious activity.
We hope that both members and non-members alike find this site of use and interest, and that you enjoy browsing through it.
Sean Cronsberry, OCOA President