MEC, sold to an American fund, will no longer be a coop

Late last year, the Vancouver-based retailer also announced that it had taken shelter from its creditors in order to “facilitate the transaction”. The new owner is Kingswood Capital Management, a…

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Learn to Hunt with A Traditional Bow: The Aspect of Personal Enhancement

We could sit here and talk about traditional bow hunting, and how to shoot the arrow all day long. Why should we even think about doing that when there are…

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Winter Camping In Canada

Join for some winter camping in Canada.. In this video, we hike across frozen ponds and through the woods to access a remote area for a two night winter camping…

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Seals will kill cod by 2050: Study Finds

Cod could disappear completely from certain areas of the Gulf of St. Lawrence by 2050. Already weakened by overfishing, populations are struggling to recover because of the proliferation of one…

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Backcountry Camping Fees Are Changing In These Provincial Parks

Some provincial parks in Ontario are changing their backcountry camping fees for the 2020 season. User on the Algonquin Adventures forum posted about the change which will affect the Temagami…

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More Canadians Getting Out For Winter Camping

The demand for winter camping is very strong this year at the Parc régional de la Rivière Gentilly where a dozen sites are cleared of snow and frequented every weekend…

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No Camping At Ontario Provincial Parks During Stay At Home Order

Well it was bound to happen. As of today, (Thursday Jan 21 (2021) roofed accommodations and campsites at Ontario Parks will be closed during the duration of the provincial stay…

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Women: how to pee outside without toilet paper

Peeing outside can be a literal pain in the butt when you’re on the go. Usually, everything is at our disposition for a clean, splash free, pee. But when you’re…

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High Water Levels Bring Concern of Erosion to Lake Huron

The water level in the Great Lakes is rising quicker than predicted. The outcome of high water levels tends to be erosion. Water levels tend to rise and fall due…

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High Water Levels Bring Concern of Erosion to Great Lakes

The water level in the Great Lakes is rising quicker than predicted. The outcome of high water levels tends to be erosion. Water levels tend to rise and fall due…

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