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.
Pukaskwa National Park is gearing up for the summer season and we are excited to host another Adventure Challenge event on Parks Day, July 16, 2016! Join Parks Canada for an active day outside with friends and family. The aim of the game is to solve tricky clues and conquer fun challenges. Complete this exciting adventure course to earn ultimate bragging rights!
In July 2015, the staff of the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site unveiled their new Information Station. This mobile, informative hub is brightly coloured to attract visitor's attention and always staffed by Parks Canada team members ready to greet, welcome, and orient site visitors along the north side of the canal.
By Christine Drake
Turning the scope on the birders--volunteers Joel Cooper and Carol Dersch have been contributing to peregrine falcon monitoring in Pukaskwa National Park for 15 years!
The 2nd annual artESCAPE is on its way! On July 30 and 31, Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area (NMCA) will feature seven talented artists from the North of Superior region whose work has been inspired by the beauty and tranquility of Lake Superior, just as the Group of Seven had been in the 1900s.
Celebrate Anishinaabe Culture at Pukaskwa National Park! Although traditions may differ throughout Anishinaabe Nation, there is a common thread that runs through them all. This common thread represents a kinship, and a string of lives that go back to the Original Man. Today, we use kinship to give us the strength necessary to keep our traditions alive. Through respect and honour we support each other on our journey of “Mino Bimaadiziwin”, the good life.