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Parks Canada in Northern Ontario

shoreLINES: Stories from our guides and guardians

shoreLINES is a quarterly newsletter intended to keep our partners and stakeholders informed about Parks Canada's activities and heritage places in Northern Ontario.

Heritage Gardening
By Elia Marini

Do you like getting your hands dirty? Have you wanted to start your own garden but lack the space, tools, or knowledge to do so? Well, the Sault Ste. Marie Canal has a great opportunity for you!

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Pukaskwa Depot Memories
By Sarah Langlois & Carly Robillard

Visitors to Pukaskwa National Park had the opportunity to make a real-life connection with some of the fascinating settlement history of Pukaskwa National Park when Ruth Fletcher, author of “The Puckasaw Diaries”, attended a book signing event at the Visitor Centre on August 1, 2015.

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Take a seat, enjoy the view!
By Cindy Ellen Crawford

Location, location, location! How often have we heard that expression in our lives? Geography plays an important role in where we live, work and play. Parks Canada’s “Red Chair Experience” is all about location, namely the view. We’re providing Red Chairs so you can sit and savour your surroundings of premier vistas.

Gull-p…what’s happening to the herring gulls?
By Jenna MacLaurin

Herring Gulls, collectively referred to with other gull species as ‘seagulls’, may seem like they’re everywhere, but lately in Pukaskwa we’ve been finding the opposite.

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Red Rock Interpretive Centre
By Sadie Gross

The Red Rock Interpretive Center has exciting new and interactive exhibits for visitors to enjoy including a huge stuffed bull moose and a virtual underwater submarine tour of the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area!

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