Moose Killers Charged In Killarney Incident

On September 28, 2019, members of the Nipissing West (Noëlville) Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) received a report of a moose being...

Wild at Heart Wildlife Refuge to Close Its Doors

A Wild animal rescue and sanctuary is forced to close its doors due to mounting financial pressures SaultOnline.com / ONNtv has learned. Rod Jouppi, President,...

Echo Bay Farmer Heralds Continuation of Tree Planting Program

Forests Ontario Has Planted over 150,000 Trees in Algoma District Forests are vital to everyone from hikers to hunters, says a local farmer who is...
Snowy Owl

The SSM Chirstmas Bird Count is Back!

The Sault Ste. Marie Bird Count is a back for another year! On December 14, 2019, you can help count birds to help us...

Ottawa cites salmon species extinction risk in call for input on slide response

Ottawa is seeking help to avoid what it says could be the extinction of some British Columbian salmon species because of a massive landslide on the...

Marineland to sell 5 belugas to U.S. facility for research and breeding

TORONTO — Marineland has applied for permits to sell five beluga whales to a U.S. facility that plans to use them for research and breeding, which is currently banned...

College researchers help Northern Ontario maple syrup producers tap into science to solve sticky...

Buddy is no friend to Northern Ontario maple syrup producers. In fact, the unpleasant flavour — characterized by its burnt Tootsie Roll taste and...
Black Bear

Winnipeg man suffers bites during multiple attacks by bear in Ontario woods

KENORA, Ont. — A Winnipeg man says he is lucky to be alive after suffering severe bites from a bear that attacked him three times...

Black bear shot and killed after attack sends man to hospital in Kenora, Ont.

KENORA, Ont. — Provincial police say a bear attack sent a man to hospital in Kenora, Ont., on Thursday. Investigators say a 69-year-old man reported...

Ontario considers bill to protect farmers from animal rights activists

TORONTO — Ontario's agriculture minister says he has not ruled out introducing new legislation to protect farmers from animal rights activists who trespass on their property. A...