OACS Partnerships

Ontario SPCA and Humane Society
On July 4, 1873, citizens concerned for both the welfare of animals and children founded the Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Ontario SPCA). Several years later, the Children's Aid Society was established as a separate organization and the Ontario SPCA's primary focus became bringing animal cruelty cases to the attention of authorities. In 1887, the Ontario SPCA's lobbying efforts resulted in a decision by the Ontario Board of Police Commissioners to appoint a police officer to deal with animal cruelty issues on a full-time basis. In 1919, the first legislation was passed to protect animals. The Ontario SPCA's Inspectors and Agents were given authority by the government, through the Ontario SPCA Act, to investigate situations involving animal abuse.

Barbarian Sports Wear
Barbarian Sports Wear, Inc. is a privately owned Canadian corporation. We have operated in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada (approximately one hour west of Toronto). All Barbarian rugby shirts and shorts are made at our manufacturing facility in Kitchener. We knit all our shirt fabrics using only fibers of North American origin. All our short fabrics are also woven in North America. We are members of the Fair Labor Association as a Category C licensee. We specialize in producing custom orders but also maintain stock of our most popular styles.

Ministry of Finance
Crime Stoppers has partnered with the Ministry of Finance to deliver tips on contraband tobacco activities to ministry investigators. The presence of contraband tobacco in Ontario compromises public safety through links with organized crime. The public can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS) or link to www.tipsubmit.com to anonymously report information on this crime or any other crimes.

Introduced Sept. 2005, the partnership highlights credit card skimming and related offences. Programs will be reimbursed 150% for rewards based on successful Tips.

Canadian Tobacco Manufacturers' Council
Canadian Tobacco Manufacturers' Council is a privately held company in Ottawa, ON and is a Single Location business.

Ontario Racing Commission
Introduced September 2007, the ORC will provide funds to reimburse Programs 150% for rewards on Tips pertaining to illegal activities in horse racing, including the use of non-therapeutic drugs.

Insurance Bureau of Canada
Launched in November 2012 the IBC will reimburse Programs 150% with a max. limit of $300 ($200 Reward) for any successful Tip relating to insurance crime. The IBC and its investigators will be assisting Police Services where requested in the investigation and reporting back of these crimes.

Petro Canada (Suncor)
A partnership formulated by CCSA October 2013, Programs will be reimbursed on successful Tips relating to crimes committed at Petro Canada Suncor outlets across Canada. Suncor will reimburse programs 150% with a max. limit of $300 for any successful Tip relating to a crime at Suncor retailer

Ministry of Natural Resources & Forests
Crime Stoppers partners with the MNRF on awareness and promotional opportunities allowing Tipsters to report violations of resource legislation (such as poaching).

Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Serv
provides funding to allow for the After Hours Answering Service which provides coverage for all programs in the province.

Circle K Crime Busters
Working together with the Community, Crime Stoppers and Law Enforcement to stop, solve and prevent crime against retailers