Backcountry Camping Allowed at Ontario Parks and Crown Land Starting June 1st

Ontario Parks will offer limited backcountry camping, including access points, canoeing and portage routes, and hiking trails. People who have reservations for backcountry camping from June 1 and beyond will…

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Man Charged With Second Degree Murder Of Two Métis hunters

A 31-year-old man was charged with the murder of two Métis hunters in northern Alberta over the past weekend. On Wednesday, Anthony Michael Bilodeau went to the Royal Canadian Mounted…

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Camping season begins in confusion in Ontario

Saturday marked the first day of camping for many vacationers in Ontario, just two days after the Ford government announced the opening of private campsites. “I will be very honest:…

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B.C. Provincial Campgrounds Reserved for British Columbians This Summer

Access to British Columbia campgrounds will be restricted to residents of the province this summer due to restrictions to limit the spread of COVID-19. BC Parks announces in its reopening…

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Top Six Parks for Canoe Fishing in Northern Ontario

Paddling in wilderness areas, fishing from a canoe, then returning to camp to enjoy a meal of fish in the wild is a special experience. If such a trip seems…

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A backpacking Trip To Queen Elizabeth II Wildlands Provincial Park

On this short backpacking trip we had planned to Hike from the Devil’s Lake Road access. to the Victoria Falls access over the course of 3 days. However, with the…

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Millions of baby turtles rush to the sea

Millions of baby turtles are rushing into the sea in broad daylight now that the beaches are deserted due to the pandemic. On the beach in Rushikulya, in the southeast…

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Ontario To Open Provincial Parks For Day Use, Still No Camping

Ontario’s provincial parks will reopen this week, announced the minister in charge of their management. The announcement was made on Saturday. Some parks will reopen on Monday while others will…

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Manitobans impatient to camp despite COVID-19

The pandemic does not stop Manitobans who like to camp, as the figures show the day after the opening of reservations for campgrounds in provincial parks. According to the province,…

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Alberta Parks partnership rules coming soon

On Monday, the government is preparing to publish rules on partnerships between Alberta Parks and companies for the management of provincial parks, despite strong reactions to the announcement of this…

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