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November 11, 2021–Ontario Nature Staff
Farabout Peninsula, Eagle Lake/Migisi Sahgaigan © Anne Bell
In its final report, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada called on governments, educational and religious institutions, civil society groups and all Canadians to act on the 94 Calls ...
October 6, 2021–Grant Linney
© BlueRidgeKitties CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Late last month, I returned from six restorative days of canoeing in Killarney Provincial Park amidst fall colours, good weather and close friends. It reminded me of an Indigenous distinction ...
September 24, 2021–Guest blogger
Ecology•Habitat•Protected Places•Stewardship and restoration
Lake and forest near Catchacoma © AFER
Driving along a rural road in central Ontario, it’s easy to feel immersed in the forests of the Canadian Shield. Surrounded by tall pines, one could forget that you’re on ...
January 27, 2021–Julee Boan
Boreal Forest•Campaigns•Ecology•Habitat•Indigenous Relations•Protected Places•Stewardship and restoration
Canoes in Wolf Lake © Ryan Mariotti
It’s October 2017. I’m in Vancouver, British Colombia for Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) International’s General Assembly (GA). One forester colleague had warned me to get lots of sleep, drink water ...
October 30, 2020–Ontario Nature Staff
Obabika River Provincial Park, old growth forest © Noah Cole
On September 28th, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced Canada’s commitment to protect 25 percent of our lands and waters by 2025, and 30 percent by 2030. Here’s why these new targets matter and a look at progress to date: Marked ...