Ontario Crown Attorneys Association, established 1946

The Ontario Crown Attorneys’ Association (OCAA) was established in 1946. Today the OCAA represents over 850 Assistant Crown Attorneys and Crown Counsel.


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The role of prosecutor excludes any notion of winning or losing; his function is matter of public duty than which in civil life there can be none charged with greater personal responsibility.

R v Boucher 1954 SCJ No 54, Supreme Court of Canada

I swear (or affirm) that I will truly and faithfully, according to the best of my skill and ability, execute the duties, powers and trusts of Crown Attorney (or assistant Crown Attorney) without favour or affection to any party.

Crown Attorney’s Oath