5 | This Issue
A fine balance.
By Caroline Schultz
6 | Earth Watch
Christmas Bird Counts; honouring Canada’s fallen soldiers; boreal outreach; federal safety net for species.
36 | Member Groups
Celebrating a northern legacy.
By Lisa Richardson
37 | Our Community
Supporting the next generation of environmental leaders.
By Danielle Duchin
38 | Last Word
Why Western science can’t afford to ignore Indigenous knowledge.
By Dan Roronhiakewen Longboat
18 | Blood and Water
Ojibwa Elder Dorothy Taylor shows that Indigenous people’s traditional beliefs can help heal the environment.
By Allan Britnell
On the cover
24 | On the Wolverine’s Trail
Forestry and development have pushed the ferocious carnivore into Ontario’s far north. A new research project is looking for ways to bring the species back.
By Brian Banks
30 | Life Beneath the Ice
A diving journey under the ice shows that lakes are more alive in winter than scientists have long believed. Will climate change disturb these complex habitats?
By Barry Corbett
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