THE ONTARIO COUNCIL OF SHOOTERS REPRESENTS SPORT SHOOTERS IN THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO.
SPORT SHOOTING HAS BEEN NEGATIVELY IMPACTED IN UNIMAGINABLE WAYS BY THE MAY 1, 2020 ORDER IN COUNCIL GUN BAN.
THE ONTARIO COUNCIL OF SHOOTERS HAS PREPARED THE FOLLOWING RESPONSE TO THIS GOVERNMENT ACTION.
RESPONSE RE: THE MAY 1 ORDER IN COUNCIL GUN BAN
The objective of the Ontario Council of Shooters (OCS) is to promote participation in the shooting sports associated, with the aim to provide opportunity for every member to develop a skill level commensurate with individual abilities and circumstances. The role of the OSC is to encourage the opportunity for safe participation at all levels of shooting abilities.
The first meeting of the Ontario Council of Shooters (OCS) was held in the office of Sports Ontario; Toronto, Ontario, November 22, 1972. This was a new organization with a purpose to plan affiliation of shooting sports in Ontario which would then speak with a united voice to Government agencies and make applications for grants.
The Ontario Council of Shooters received its Letters of Patent on August 8, 1990
OCS is an incorporated, not-for-profit association and is governed by an elected Board of Directors which operates within a sound business framework. It is recognized by the Shooting Federation of Canada (SFC) and the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS). The Ontario Council of Shooters is appreciative of the support received from MTCS in the promotion and development of the sport in Ontario.
The Ontario Council of Shooters is a recognized Provincial Sport Organization (PSO) made up of six member organizations which is dedicated coalition of recognized Provincial Sport Organizations (PSO’s) that are dedicated to the growth and…
The Ontario Council of Shooters, Inc. acts as the sole representative for the sport of shooting in Ontario in all matters relating with national and international shooting bodies.
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