A sinkhole on the floor of Lake Huron, a few miles off the Alpena, Michigan, coast and 100 feet down, is being used by researchers to test theories about what conditions kickstarted an evolution of biology on Earth’s surface 4 billion years ago. Read the full story by WJBK-TV – Detroit. Read the full story…
The Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge is attracting once rare bald eagles to the delight of bird watchers this winter. Read the full story by Great Lakes Now. Read the full story Tags: Detroit, Daily News
This story is the third in a four-part series looking at sturgeon restoration efforts.
Lake sturgeon restoration efforts are taking place across the Great Lakes basin.
But what that restoration looks like is entirely dependent on location and other factors, such as whether or not any lake sturgeon remain in the area.
Search the Ontario budget for the words “opioid” or “overdose,” suggests Adrienne Spafford, executive director of Addictions and Mental Health Ontario. “You will find the words are not there,” she said. That’s a reflection of how seriously provincial politicians are taking the opioid crisis and thousands of preventable overdose deaths each year, Spafford said Friday, […]
While the unemployment rate for the region that includes Grey and Bruce counties increased from 3.6 per cent in July to 3.9 per cent in August, it remained the lowest among economic regions in Ontario. Between July and August, the labour force in the Stratford-Bruce Peninsula economic region decreased by 1,500, while unemployment increased by […]