He was educated at the Barrie Collegiate Institute and the University of Toronto, and received certification as a medical doctor.
Orok pursued post-graduate studies at Queen"s University and the University of Edinburgh. He spent time in the Yukon gold fields and then practised medicine in Cookstown, Ontario from 1909 to 1911 and, from 1911, at The Pas. He also worked as a surgeon on the Hudson Bay Railway.
In 1907, Orork married Bessie Vair.
He was first elected to the Manitoba legislature in a by-election held on October 22, 1912, in the nearly-created northern constituency of The Pas. The constituency occupied 200,000 square miles (520,000 km2) at the time, and Orok claimed that it was the largest in the world.
Roblin"s administration was forced to resign in 1915 amid a serious corruption scandal. Orok did not seek re-election.
He served as a captain in the Canadian Machine Gun Corps and the Canadian Army Medical Corps during World War I.
He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1912 to 1915, as a member of the Conservative Party.