Woodland Caribou

Old storybook tells tale of children’s concern for caribou

Students created the book to express their fear that coastal caribou could disappear Thunder Bay, May 17, 2019 – The recent discovery of a children’s...

Romano Announces $850,000 For Invasive Species Centre

A day full of funding, MPP Ross Romano has announced another funding announcement of $850,000 for the Invasive Species Centre. Since 2008, the government has...

High water in Great Lakes spells trouble for endangered bird

EAST LANSING, Mich. — High water in the Great Lakes may spell trouble for the piping plover, an endangered bird that builds its nests...

Are you within the ages of 55 and Beyond?

Join us for our annual Boomers and Beyond event at James L. McIntyre Centennial Library, 50 East Street on Wednesday June 5th from 10...

OP-ED: Pay to Slay is Not the Way!

It’s easy to believe in a world of simplicity, where being “open for business” trumps all else.  We all have to deal with complexity...
LSSU Atlantic Salmon Chill

Atlantic Salmon Chill

Lake Superior State University fisheries and wildlife management alumnus and Michigan Department of Natural Resources fisheries technician Dan Operhall empties about 20,000 Atlantic salmon...

Canadian military unfazed by ‘fishy’ beluga whale suspected of spying for Russia

OTTAWA — Norway may be wondering about the porpoise of a beluga whale found in its waters sporting a Russian harness, but Canadian defence...

Northern Public Health Units Work Together On Climate Change Reports

The 7 public health units in northern Ontario will be working together on climate change and health vulnerability and adaptation reports over the next...
planting trees

Forests Ontario Intends to Continue to Plant Trees and Speak for the Forest

Despite the recent Ontario government announcement to cut the 50 Million Tree program, Forests Ontario expects to find a way, with existing and new...
blackpoll warbler

Ontario researchers track ‘incredible’ 20,000-kilometre songbird migration

Ontario researchers have led an international team that tracked an "incredible" 20,000-kilometre voyage by a tiny songbird in an effort to understand why its population...

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