Be Bear Wise and keep your cottage safe from bears

Be Bear Wise and keep your cottage safe from bears

Most human-bear conflicts occur when bears are attracted by smells and rewarded with an easy meal. When bears pick up a scent with their keen noses, they will investigate it – even at your cottage. Bears will return to an available food source, so keep your cottage...

Be Bear Wise while Camping

When enjoying Ontario’s campsites, lakes, forests or hiking trails, remember you are in natural bear habitat. Bears have a keen sense of smell, and are attracted by the odour of all food and garbage. Avoid conflicts with bears while camping by being prepared and...
Be Bear Wise and  avoid bear encounters

Be Bear Wise and avoid bear encounters

Black bears live in most parts of Ontario. Knowing what to do if you encounter a bear is being Bear Wise. Avoid encounters: Make noise when you move through heavily wooded areas, especially if you are near a stream or waterfall, where bears may not hear you. Singing,...

Feathers of Hope: Health and Wellbeing Youth Forum (POSTPONED)

May 16, 2018 @ 12:58 POSTPONED! Mar 12, 2018 @ 12:58 Hello! Boozhoo! Waacheay! The Feathers of Hope Team and the Ontario Child Advocate would like to extend an invitation to Northern Ontario First Nations young people to attend the Feathers of Hope: Health and...

Show me How & Let’s Do It! ‘Rock Collages’ (May 16)

Wednesday, May 16th in the Michipicoten First Nation Library, Show Me How & Let’s Do It is featuring a craftshop to make Rock Collages. Come out and enjoy an evening of fun making beautiful collages with local pebbles. For more information or to sign up,...