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Ontario has a new pumpkinseed record at 10.8 inches long and with a 12-inch girth, DNA testing that began in 2018 has confirmed.
If you spend enough time outdoors, you will have some odd things happen. Those experiences can range from mildly amusing to terrifying, and everything in between.
A delicious grilled pheasant slider recipe for summer barbecues or any occasion from OOD food editor Andrew Rochon.
Local health units are no longer accepting black-legged ticks from the public after a decision by the Public Health Agency of Canada’s National Microbiology Laboratory (NML)’s to stop testing them as of Sept. 20.
Climate change doesn't bode well for fish, researcher warns, as fish are losing habitat space at the bottom of lakes.
It wasn’t until my son Joseph and I were plying the weed-choked Scugog River just north of Lindsay during the this year’s bass opener that I really fully appreciated our newly refurbished Wolverine canoe.
On a late fall morning, a dozen or so volunteers gather on a wooded hill with a magnificent view of Georgian Bay. This group has no interest in the autumn splendour, however.
New ballast-water regulations aim to stop spread of invasive species in Canada. Sea-going vessels have been held responsible in the past.
The high-end outerwear company, Canada Goose, announced it will cease use of all fur in its products by 2022.