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The roles of the Centre are to report on stock status, evaluate stresses on fish populations and habitats, promote the use of state of the art science and technology, and to provide a forum for information sharing and participation with stakeholders. The Centre also plays an important role in offering management recommendations to promote sustainable fisheries and resolve conflict.

The A/OFRC has established a solid working relationship with First Nations, provincial agencies and community organizations by earning a reputation as a trusted independent source of fisheries information. We will continue to strive to maintain and strengthen these relationships in any future endeavours.

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2024 Project Applications

We are now accepting Project Applications for the 2024 field season. If you are interested please download, fill out the form and email it to us for review. Project Application Package - Fillable - 2024 [...]

News Release: Attention Anglers

For any tagged harvested Lake Sturgeon, we ask for the tags to be turned in to the Lands and Resources Department at the Garden River Band Office. Read the full report here: Attention Anglers

News Release: Spawning Lake Sturgeon Assessment

The Anishinabek/Ontario Fisheries Resource Centre (A/OFRC), in partnership with Nipissing First Nation will be conducting a Lake Sturgeon Assessment in the South River of Lake Nipissing in May & June 2022. Read the full assessment [...]

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