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North Durham Nature’s April 27 webinar showcases Algonquin wildlife

Beaver eating Virgin's bower By Jay Thibert North Durham Nature is excited to feature the...

Local environmental groups say provincial projects threaten Lake Simcoe’s health

By Sarah Grishpul Local environmental groups are concerned that the province is overlooking the impact its major infrastructure projects,...

Stormy Weather May Cause Lake Simcoe Shoreline Flooding

MEDIA RELEASE LSRCA Issues First Shoreline Hazard Watch Today Lake Simcoe watershed – March 26, 2021 -...

Bald eagles sighted in Jackson’s Point

By: Mike Anderson A pair of bald eagles were recently spotted enjoying a shore lunch near Lake Dr. East...

Feds unveil more funding for dairy, poultry and egg farmers hurt by free trade...

OTTAWA — Canadian egg and poultry farmers who've lost domestic market share due to two recent free...

LSRCA postpones public consultations on Pefferlaw Dam

By: Mike Anderson The Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority (LSRCA) will postpone public consultations on the future of the...

Shades of Hope Wildlife Refuge seeks donations to fund much-needed expansions

Abandoned chicks being fed By: Michelle Poirier Work is underway at Shades of Hope Wildlife...

Feds reluctantly approve Ontario carbon price for big industrial emitters

OTTAWA — Ontario will be able to use its own carbon-pricing system for big industrial emitters after...

Enjoy the outdoors again, but beware of ticks!

Sucking tick By: James Burrows As trails and conservation areas reopen across Georgina, many of...

Experts: Pandemic likely a boon for wildlife as humans stay home

Ontario's wildlife will likely experience a population boom thanks to an ongoing state of emergency that is...

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