FOCA is a non-profit, voluntary organization representing over 500 Ontario cottagers’ associations plus individual and corporate members. For over 50 years, FOCA has served as an information centre and provided assistance and leadership on many crucial issues affecting cottage properties that generate half a billion dollars in property taxes, and billions of dollars in economic activity annually in Ontario.
We serve many corners of Ontario. You can access information for your FOCA region here.
The regions include:
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The Ontario Government has passed a habitat regulation for the following nine endangered and threatened species: American Badger, Barn Owl, Eastern Prairie Fringed-Orchid, Engelmann’s Quillwort, Few-flowered Club-rush, Jefferson Salamander, Peregrine Falcon, Western Silvery Aster and Wood Turtle.
This regulation may be of interest to FOCA members who are undertaking work on their properties, particularly as it relates to Engelmann’s Quillwort. For more information on visit the Ministry of Natural Resources website.