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Beneath the Surface: Invasive Species and the Great Lakes

Beneath the Surface: Invasive Species and the Great Lakes

By Mike Milne As a child growing up on the Lake Huron shore, the spring die-off of alewives - making a fishy stinking mess of otherwise pristine beaches - was an annual event. A variety of herring that we called shad, those dead alewives were my first encou...
Despite High Water Concerns, Boating Season is Well Underway in Port Stanley

Despite High Water Concerns, Boating Season is Well Underway in Port Stanley

By Steve Sansford  I’ve been following the water level situation on the Great Lakes as the 2017 boating season gets underway here in Ontario, but I wanted to see the effects first hand. The small town of Port Stanley is less than an hour from where I make my ...
The Outer Islands & Southeast Georgian Bay

The Outer Islands & Southeast Georgian Bay

it’s completely understandable why this area is known as the “best freshwater cruising grounds in the world By Mike Gridley As you cruise past Christian Island, you enter the waters of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands – an expanse of water, granite and pines ...