Pukaskwa National Park of Canada

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. (Winter 2014, PDF 0.8 Mb)

Touch a Cloud  Touch a Cloud
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Touch a Cloud
By Leon Anderson-Knight

Have you ever touched a cloud? Thanks to my summer job with Parks Canada I have, and I got to explore some of the natural treasures along Lake Superior's north shore. The opportunity presented itself while I was working at the Sault Ste. Marie Canal when I was asked to participate in a summer photo shoot for the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area.

... read more about Touch a Cloud!

Winter Wonderland!  Winter Wonderland!
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Winter Wonderland! 
By Erin Joudrey

You may be tired of the white stuff and the nippy temperatures. Let us inspire you with some amazing winter images featuring locations and activities around the proposed Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area.

... read more about Winter Wonderland!

Pukaskwa Goes Space Age  Pukaskwa Goes Space Age
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Pukaskwa Goes Space Age
By Svenja Hansen

As the biggest national park in Ontario, Pukaskwa doesn’t face the same challenges as its more southern relatives. Yet, staff at the park regularly monitors a dozen or so indicators to ensure its boreal and coastal environments stay healthy and strong. Starting in fall 2013 Pukaskwa is getting help from satellites orbiting our blue planet.

... read more about lake monitoring at Pukaskwa!

Parka's Story  Parka's Story
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My Story
By Parka

Hi! My name is Parka. I was born in Wood Buffalo National Park, home of the world’s largest beaver dam. One day, a passing gray jay stopped to tell me about the wonders to be found in Parks Canada places all across the country.

... read more about Parka's story!

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