News & Updates

Request for Marketing and Sales Channels Advice and Plans

The OBA’s vision is that Ontario leads with well-informed and skilled beekeepers, healthy and plentiful honeybees raised in Ontario, a prosperous

Call for Youth Representative for the OBA

The Ontario Beekeepers’ Association is seeking nominations for our Youth Representative volunteer position.

Job Opportunity - OBA TTP Technician

 

Job Opportunity - OBA TTP Lead

 

Lead Specialist Opportunity: Ontario Beekeepers' Association - Technology Transfer Program (TTP)

Bee Biosecurity Workshop - ONLINE

 
Hosted by OSCIA, beekeepers are invited to attend this free Bee Biosecurity Workshop to learn more about on-farm biosecurity best man

Ontario Beekeepers Association AGM & Conference

 

A message from the Ontario Animal Health Network Bees Working Group

 
As we head into the end of the beekeeping season it is important to remember that colony health and winter survival depend on pr

Nucleus Colony Overwintering Project Open House

Open House for Beekeepers
Nucleus Colony Overwintering Project
Kawartha Lakes Honey/University of Guelph/OMAFRA
 

New Honey Bee Health Funding

Wellington County Winter Wraps

 

100 years of Beekeeping in Chatsworth

 
The Summer Meeting to Celebrate 100 years of Beekeeping in Chatsworth, with Chatsworth Honey has been rescheduled to September 16th,

Beekeepers can apply now for AgriRecovery

The federal and provincial governments have announced funding for Ontario commercial beekeepers.

2022-23 Winterloss Survey Report

Every year we like to see how well the bees did over the winter.

Governments Helping Beekeepers Strengthen Their Businesses

The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing up to $10 million through the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership to help the grape

How to identify and report suspected pesticide poisoning incidents.

It is important for beekeepers in Ontario to understand the signs of poisoning and the process for reporting in the event of a possible exposure