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Pukaskwa National Park

shoreLINES: Stories from our guides and guardians

Shout-Out to Our Friends
By Svenja Hansen

We're listening We're listening
© Parks Canada

shoreLINES is about to enter its third year. Parks Canada wants to know if the information we are flowing your way is of interest and useful. Do you have a burning question about Parks Canada’s work in northern Ontario that you’d like us to address in an upcoming story? We want to hear from you!

As Parks Canada’s guides and guardians we get to see beautiful places from often spectacular and unique perspectives, whether it’s from the bowels of the Sault Canal Powerhouse or a helicopter heading to a fire in Pukaskwa. We also have the pleasure and privilege of meeting interesting and fun folks—like you.

We are aware some of you have been sharing shoreLINES with your friends and membership. Thank you, we assume that means you find the stories meaningful and relevant. But maybe there is something we haven’t touched on in a story.

Send us  your story ideas, feedback and questions. We’ll try to address as many of them in the coming year or two as we can.

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