|No. of teams||64|
|Associated Title(s)||Clarence Schmalz Cup|
|Recent Champions||Lakefield Chiefs (2017-18)|
In the works since 2014, in the spring of 2016 it was announced that the eight Junior C leagues of the Ontario Hockey Association would merge for the 2016-17 season to create the Provincial Junior Hockey League. The union was in an effort to streamline rules across the classification and to promote growth and development.
The Erin Shamrocks announced on June 1, 2016 that they were granted a year's leave of absence for the 2016-17 season.
The Fergus Devils were on a leave of absence for 2015-16 and 2016-17. They did not return for 2017-18 and an expansion team in the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League started play out of the arena for 2017-18.
The Dundas Blues were renamed the Hamilton Huskies Jr. Blues during the 2018 off-season. The team would remain in Dundas under the same community ownership. The team would revert to the Dundas Blues name for the 2019-20 season
|Lambeth Lancers||Lambeth||1987||Lambeth Arena|
|Alvinston Flyers||Alvinston||1988||Brooke, Alvinston, Inwood Community Centre||relocated to Petrolia|
|Erin Shamrocks||Erin||1971||Erin Community Centre||Do not return after going on hiatus for 2016-17|
|Fergus Devils||Fergus||1990||Fergus & District Community Centre||Do not return after being on hiatus for 2015-16 and 2016-17|
- 2016-17 Ayr Centennials
- 2017-18 Lakefield Chiefs
- 2018-19 Napanee Raiders
- 2019-20 Playoffs cancelled during division final round
|Ontario Hockey Association Junior "C" (Provincial Junior Hockey League)|
|Alliston Hornets · Amherstview Jets · Aylmer Spitfires · Belle River Canadiens · Blenheim Blades · Caledon Golden Hawks · Caledonia Corvairs · Campbellford Rebels · Chippawa Riverhawks · Dresden Jr. Kings · Dundas Blues · Dunnville Terriers · Essex 73's · Frontenac Flyers · Georgina Ice · Glanbrook Rangers · Goderich Sailors · Grimsby Peach Kings · Hanover Barons · Kincardine Bulldogs · Kingsville Comets · Lakefield Chiefs · Little Britain Merchants · Midland Flyers · Mitchell Hawks · Mooretown Flags · Mount Forest Patriots · Napanee Raiders · New Hamburg Firebirds · Norwich Merchants · Paris Mounties · Penetang Kings · Picton Pirates · Port Hope Panthers · Port Perry Mojacks · Schomberg Cougars · Simcoe Storm · Stayner Siskins · Uxbridge Bruins · Walkerton Hawks · Wallaceburg Lakers · Wheatley Sharks · Wingham Ironmen · Woodstock Navy-Vets|
|Alvinston Flyers moved to Petrolia · Erin Shamrocks · Fergus Devils ·|
|Central Ontario · Empire B · Georgian Mid-Ontario · Great Lakes · Midwestern Junior C Hockey League · Niagara & District · Southern Ontario Junior Hockey League · Western Ontario|
|Clarence Schmalz Cup · Ontario Hockey Federation · Ontario Hockey Association · Hockey Canada|
|Junior ice hockey leagues in North America|
|Related articles: Hockey Canada • USA Hockey • Amateur Athletic Union|
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