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Lake sturgeon

Saving the Sturgeon

As populations of sturgeon around Lake of the Woods dwindle, two First Nation communities battle to restore the species that drew their ancestors to the area.
By Barry Corbett

James Bay lowlands © Ray Ford

The Life and Times of Permafrost

Ontario’s James Bay Lowland region represents one of the planet’s most concentrated repositories of carbon stored in permafrost. What impact will its melting have on plants, animals and humans?
By Conor Mihell

Canada lynx

The Ghost of the North

The lynx is an animal shrouded in myth and mystery. As its range in Ontario shifts northward, sightings of the stealthy feline may become even more rare.  
By Patricia Hluchy

Gray wolves in winter
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