The sing-song of summer

In the decade since designating the whip-poor-will a threatened species, the Ontario government has done little to halt its decline. Yet, without the bird’s call, Ontario outdoors would not be the same   DUSK CREEPS IN LATE once mid-June arrives in Ontario....

The 19th hole is a cruise ship

A new cruise stops at eight beautiful seaside links courses in Ireland and Scotland                     SEASIDE GOLF IS one thing, but arriving via Zodiac, that’s another. It’s all part of the eight-day cruise from One...

A crystal ball for the boreal

How the SPRUCE project is helping assess what the future holds for the world’s boreal forests   “There is simply nothing else like this in the world.” Danielle Way, a plant biologist and associate professor at Western University in London, Ont., could be talking...

Five key takeaways from Arctic Frontiers 2019

The uncertainty and change that’s disrupting the region dominated the annual meeting’s agenda   AFTER TWO MONTHS OF Arctic night, bracketed by brief windows of expanding twilight, the sun makes its annual return above the crest of the mountains...