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Welcome to the Ontario Coroners Association Website!
If you find an error please use the Contact Us link to let us know.
If you need to contact the Office of the Chief Coroner regarding an investigation please see the link below.
With payment of 2016 dues you will get access to our Member's Only site. New members will be assigned a username and password.
OCA Annual Meeting 2016 (and announcing date for 2017).
"Forensic Puzzles- Putting the Pieces Together"
The OCA Spring meeting was a great event. We were happy to return the the White Oaks Resort in Niagara-on-the-Lake. To see what you missed click here for the agenda. Presentations will be published soon - for members only!.
We have booked next year already. May 7, 2017. And this time it will be a full day event. Mark your calendars and watch this space for updates.
Membership Dues 2016
Members can now pay for membership dues online.
Please click here for more information and to access the online payment site.
Note: You do not need to login to the OCA website to use this function.
For those who prefer, a membership form can be downloaded in the Miscellaneous section.
OCA Tour 2016
The OCA tour 2016 is taking us to the incredible Iceland and wild and stunning Western Scotland. Still a couple of spots left! Brochure, itinerary and booking forms are in the Tours folder of the Documents section. Plan to join in on an amazing trip with your fellow corners and pathologists. Hosted by Dr. Peter Cameron.
Resources (for members only)
Files in the Members Only section (remember to login first):
OCA Spring 2014 & 2015 meeting presentations
Executive and Regional Representative contact information
Executive Member position descriptions
Code of Ethics in English and French
Coroner Jacket and Vest order form
Coroner recommended Personal Protective Equipment
AGM Minutes from 2003 to 2014
Several articles of interest to coroners
Office of the Chief Coroner
The Office of the Chief Coroner is responsible for death investigations and will help in dealing with questions about investigations and inquests.
For more information about the Office of the Chief Coroner click here.
OCC reports are in the Documents section or can be linked to here.
The Art and Science of Being a Coroner
Please follow this link to an excellent piece from Ontario coroner Dr. S. Aitken on the art and science of being a coroner. It is a unique job and we can be proud fo the work we do for the people of Ontario.