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Sandhill Crane

Sandhill Crane study crew coming to Algoma

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Assessment and mitigation of agricultural conflicts involving sandhill cranes. The Canadian Wildlife Service (part of Environment and Climate Change Canada) and the University of Waterloo...
Arctic Ocean

Increase in freshwater in Arctic Ocean could affect global climate systems

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There is more freshwater in the Arctic Ocean and climate change is the reason, according to a new study. Alexandra Jahn, the lead author of...

‘Salmon cannon’ up and running at B.C. landslide, though fish slow to arrive

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OTTAWA — A pump system dubbed the salmon cannon is up and running along a remote stretch of British Columbia's Fraser River in order...

National parks to open campgrounds for existing reservations next week

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OTTAWA — The federal environment minister says Canadians who have campground reservations in some national parks will be allowed to pitch their tents and pull in their...

Beaches and Campsites to Open at Ontario Parks

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People encouraged to enjoy the outdoors responsibly during COVID-19 As part of the Ontario government's Stage 2 reopening plan, more facilities and services will be...

New study is first full list of species that only exist in Canada

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OTTAWA — For the first time, Canadian biologists have come up with a list of plants, insects and animals that don't exist in any...

In a rarity, wandering humpback whale ends up in Montreal this weekend

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MONTREAL — A wayward humpback whale has strayed from her usual habitat and ended up in the Montreal area on Saturday — a first according to...
Helenbar Lookout Mississagi Provincial Park

Destination Northern Ontario Launches #DREAMON Campaign

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As demand for positive news skyrockets, “a place worth waiting for” campaign aims to deliver inspiring stories (Sault Ste. Marie) - As Northern Ontario’s tourism businesses...

Summer camp closures crushing but necessary, industry insiders say

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The Ontario government's decision to cancel overnight summer camps due to the ongoing risks presented by the COVID-19 pandemic is both medically necessary and potentially...

Toronto Zoo pivots to ‘drive-thru experience’ as safe alternative in COVID era

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TORONTO — The Toronto Zoo is planning to reopen as a "drive-thru experience" once the province gives it the green light. A spokeswoman for the...