At the Aki Kikinomakaywin culture camp, Anishinaabe youth weave worldviews together, connecting with their culture and learning to see themselves in the Western sciences
Valérie Courtois, the director of the Indigenous Leadership Initiative, discusses caribou, Guardians programs and the vital role of Indigenous-led stewardship
How a journey through the Great Lakes helped reshape my relationship with water after the loss of my father
Northern map turtles need oxygen to survive the winter — and are extraordinarily adapted to get it
The push to rehabilitate a remarkable ecosystem at the edge of Ottawa, the little known remnants of an ancient sea
How sea lampreys invaded the Great Lakes — and are only increasing in numbers...
Hidden beneath the surface of this Ontario lake is an archive of the earth’s history sealed in mud
How peering into our ancient past could transform our understanding of contemporary climate change
An underwater drone is helping reconstruct submerged landscapes inhabited by people in the early Holocene
These iconic birds have added magic to the soundscapes of Canada’s lakes for millions of years — but will we hear them forever?