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February 24, 2021–Anne Bell
Indigenous Relations•Land-use planning•Stewardship and restoration•Water•Wetlands•Wild Species and Habitat
Lake Simcoe © Nico CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
The Lake Simcoe Protection Plan is now up for its required 10-year review. The question is whether the provincial government will take this opportunity to strengthen or weaken the plan ...
June 23, 2020–Ontario Nature Staff
The Town of South Bruce Peninsula has applied for two permits under the Endangered Species Act 2007 (ESA) to damage and destroy piping plover habitat. It wants to remove large natural materials and mechanically ...
November 15, 2016–Smera Sukumar
Baptist Harbour shoreline © Smera Sukumar
On a pleasantly windy day on the north Bruce Peninsula, volunteers and conservation staff gathered at our Baptist Harbour Nature Reserve to clean up the shoreline. With water lapping at ...
Enhancing and maintaining a natural shoreline is one of the best things landowners can do to protect lake ecosystems. Ontario Nature’s conservation biologist, Jessica Middleton, and her sister Colleen began restoring their cottage waterfront two years ago by establishing a no-mow zone and allowing native plants to grow.
November 15, 2012–Noah Cole
Like many of you, I live and work in the city. And, no doubt like many of you, I spend a lot of time sitting at a desk during the ...