The global outbreak of novel coronavirus COVID-19 is having a tremendous impact on life around the world. Check back here regularly to learn about how the pandemic is impacting the outdoors community in Ontario.
Globalstar's personal GPS satellite messengers, SPOT X and Sat-Fi2 RAS, are at the top of every safety check list for essential outdoor gear.
Short-term rentals, including lodges, cabins, and cottages, can now resume operations.
Hunting, camping, and sports retailer SAIL Outdoors Inc. has filed for bankruptcy protection amid the pandemic, its owners announced on Tuesday, June 2.
New research tracking tagged fish has confirmed that lake trout and smallmouth bass co-exist during portions of the winter.
Unique effort shows invasive grass carp could be eliminated from the Great Lakes, if a planned attack against the species works as intended.
The International Joint Commission undertakes an expedited review of Plan 2014, calling to keep Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River at higher water levels.
The province reopened camping on Crown land and in Ontario Parks on Monday, June 1, including access points, paddle and portage routes, and hiking trails.
Two chronic wasting disease (CWD) surveys completed by Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) staff did not detect the disease.