720-foot tug and barge aground in Round Island Passage in the Straits of Mackinac

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. – The Coast Guard received a report that the vessel Defiance, a 720-foot integrated tug and barge, ran aground in...

UPDATE: Status Wind Escort enacted. Mackinac Bridge partially closed due to high winds.

Friday, Sep 21 - 10:27 PM  Status: Wind Escort The following update was posted to the Mackinac Bridge Authority's website at 10:27 pm. "Currently we are...

Indigenous community engagement and a safe sealift highlight CCGS Samuel Risley’s maiden Arctic voyage

CCGS Samuel Risley’s first-ever Arctic mission placed a strong emphasis on Indigenous community engagement and marine safety in remote communities. Captain John Cork was in...
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Rare coastal wetlands protected on the north shore of Lake Superior

The Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and its partners today announced the creation of a new 3,170-hectare (7,835-acre) protected area in northwestern Ontario. Black Bay...

Ontario promises public consultations on cap and trade after facing legal action

TORONTO — An environmental group that is taking the Ontario government to court over its decision to cancel the cap-and-trade system says the province...

Blaze Orange is fashionable this time of year.

(ELLIOT LAKE, ON) - Inspector Yves Forget, Detachment Commander of the East Algoma Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Detachment, wants to ensure everyone has an...

Greenpeace Canada taking Ont govt to court over repeal of cap and trade

TORONTO — An environmental advocacy group is turning to the courts in an effort to halt the Ontario government's plan to scrap the province's...

Plummer Township: Power Interruption on Sept. 17th on Lane 8/Aho Road

Algoma Power requires an electrical service interruption for customers in the following area: Township: Plummer affecting  Lane 8 and Aho Road on Monday September...

Endangered corpse flower plant to bloom for first time at Toronto Zoo

TORONTO — A plant that can take about a decade to produce a flower that emits a putrid scent is set to bloom this...

Archeologists aim to uncover secrets of Franklin expedition in ship’s cabins

OTTAWA — A Parks Canada archaeology team is boating towards the graves of the Franklin expedition ships, more than 200 kilometres north of the...