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This is where to go apple picking in Ontario

Apple picking season is in full force—so it’s the perfect time of year to list some of our favourite spots to pick your own crisp, juicy Cortlands, Macs, and Galas. Frosts around blossom time and low temperatures in the spring have made it a rough year for the apple harvest, so be patient. With that … Continued

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Is the canoe the ultimate, ahem, pleasure-craft?

For as long as couples have paddled together, there has been a bit of a wink-wink, nudge-nudge undercurrent to the fine art of canoeing. It was the late Pierre Berton who was credited with the line—though he later denied it was his—“A true Canadian is one who can make love in a canoe without tipping.” … Continued

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NCC finalizes purchase of new conservation area near Lion’s Head

The Nature Conservancy of Canada says it has finalized the purchase of 160 hectares of forest and wetland near Lion’s Head. Called the Britain Lake Wetland and Woodlands property, the new conservation area in Northern Bruce Peninsula connects adjacent protected areas to form a “conservation corridor,” between Britain and Otter lakes, the national not-for-profit land […]

Planning workshop set for Lake Ontario shoreline communities

Residents, property owners, business owners, and all other interested parties are invited to join a virtual public workshop from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 22, that will focus on ways Lake Ontario shoreline communities in New York’s Cayuga and Oswego counties can work toward resilient approaches to shoreline management, land use, and development in…

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