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Rivers of resistance: A history of the Métis Nation of Ontario

“We were tired of hiding behind trees.” The ebb and flow of Métis history as it has unfolded on Ontario’s shores 

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  • 18 minutes
Caribou stands in the snow

Environment

Modelling threats to caribou in Ontario’s Ring of Fire

As interest in Ontario’s mineral-rich Ring of Fire region grows, caribou face threats on multiple fronts. New research could help chart a path to their conservation.

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  • 5 minutes
Elizabeth Dowdeswell presented Louie Kamookak Medal

People & Culture

The Royal Canadian Geographical Society awards two Kamookak Medals

Ontario Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell and artist Sylvain Voyer recognized for their contributions to making Canada's geography better known

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Ryan Wolfe is the lead researcher on a conservation project aimed at saving Ontario's most endangered snake, the blue racer.

Wildlife

Racing for Survival: Ontario’s blue racer

One man’s endeavour to save the province’s most endangered snake

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  • 3 minutes

Science & Tech

London, Ont., launches project to collect hard-to-recycle plastics

Pilot program will recycle single-use plastics such as candy wrappers, foam containers, plastic straws and stir sticks

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  • 2 minutes

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Racers, Take Your Marks

The Winterlude Triathlon: Still a kid at 32

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  • 2 minutes
Sudbury, Ont.

Travel

Three cities

Winter activities in three northern Ontario places

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  • 4 minutes
Poppies in Cobourg, Ont

People & Culture

Cobourg, Ont. resident campaigns for 100 cities to plant poppies

Poppies planted in Canadian cities to mark the centenary of the First World War

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  • 2 minutes
Students working at the Vale Living With Lakes Centre prepare for field sampling

Travel

Mine rehab

Once a notorious sulphur emitter, Sudbury is becoming a world leader in ecological restoration research

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  • 2 minutes
Two tunnel workers climb through the cutter head on May 13, 2011, to celebrate the safe completion of mining the 10.2 kilometre Niagara Tunnel

Science & Tech

New energy in Niagara

How a giant hole will help Ontario’s shift away from fossil fuels

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  • 15 minutes