STAFF BLOG COMPASS POINTS WITH BRAD DOKKEN Dawn of a new day at Woodland Caribou Provincial Park
My friend Craig Hanson emailed me a photo this morning that was too good not to share.
An avid outdoorsman who makes annual canoe trips to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park in northwest Ontario, Hans... Posted on 8/6/13 at 12:52 PM
THE NEW FORTY Negligence per se...
My entire family was travelling in two cars on 416 South out of Ottawa on Saturday on our way back to New York. It was a few minutes before 12 PM when we passed a red truck carrying a queen matress, b... Posted on 7/15/13 at 10:59 PM
CHEF JEFF Olympic Panini
The Olympics are in full swing, and no doubt, many of you have been tuning in to catch some of the action on television.
Of course, it would quite exciting to be there in person (there are more than 3... Posted on 2/18/10 at 1:31 AM
As another season of muskie fishing gets under way — Minnesota’s muskie opener was Saturday and Ontario’s season opens June 16 — these are good times for Pearson and others like him. Spurred by a catch-and-release ethic and sound fisheries management, muskie populations are thriving in many places.
The accused boy was acquitted today in Oshawa, Ont., on charges of assault causing bodily harm and robbery. Police had alleged the suspect slammed Mitchell Wilson's face into the sidewalk and stole his iPhone in Pickering in November 2010. Wilson suffered from multiple dystrophy.
Provincial police say four teens died Tuesday afternoon in a three-vehicle collision on Highway 69 near Parry Sound, Ont. Another collision east of Sudbury, Ont. left three teenagers dead and sent three people to hospital.
Our first afternoon in this camp, our six-person group would catch 21 fish from shore, nearly all of them walleyes. And we would catch 40 more from our canoes, jigging over shallow rock reefs within sight of camp.
An independent fishing and hunting guide who works for several camps in Nestor Falls, Ont., a tourist Mecca about an hour north of the Minnesota border, Trevor Chant’s career path has taken him from his hometown of Weymouth, Dorset, in the south of England and across the world.
An environmental group is going to court today to try to block AT&T’s plan to build a 450-foot tower near the edge of the pristine Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness area on Minnesota’s border with Ontario.
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