Don't wait till the last minute, now is your time to ask questions and be informed.Read More
We would like to learn more about the type of fish people are eating from the areas listed below. How much they are eating and how often. The information collected in this survey will remain confidential and will be used to help guide decisions on the status of the Thunder Bay, Jackfish Bay, Spanish Harbour and Peninsula Harbour Areas of Concern or Area's in Recovery, and to improve the provincial Guide to Eating Ontario Fish.
The information is being gathered by Red Sky Métis Independent Nation for the Remedial Action Plan team (Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry, and Environment and Climate Change Canada), that is working with others on monitoring the health of these areas.
Please take a few minutes and fill in the surveys in which you fish in, thru the links listed. (click on Read More for links) Deadline to participate in the surveys are August 1, 2021.Read More
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are planning their aerial herbicide spraying. They anticipate spray application to commence as early as August 1, 2021 for the Dog River-Matawin, Black Spruce Lake Nipigon, Missinaibi, Pic, White River & Kenogami forest.
As part of our ongoing efforts to regenerate and protect Ontario’s forests.Read More
Prescribed Burn to start early July 2021 for the Lakehead Forest and a Early Herbicide Application is scheduled for the 2nd or 3rd week in August 2021.
Look for signs posted from Greenmantle Forest Inc. if you are planning to be in that area between July and August 2021. To view map of location click Read More.Read More
The Quarternary Mining and Exploration Company notice of mobilization of exploration activities for Exploration Permit PR-18-000133 (Hardrock Project), PR-18-000134 (Geraldton Longlac Project) and PR-18-000136 (Hol-Lac Project).
If you will be hunting or in the area please note the signs posted on the road for your safety in that area. Commence drill program will June 22, 2021. If you have any questions, please contact Colleen Kurcinka at email@example.com or call (807) 632-8329.Read More
Portofino Resources notice of mobilization of exploration activities for Exploration Permits PR-20-000361 and PR-20-000378 (Gold Creek Project)
If you will be hunting or in the area, please note the signs posted on the road for your safety. The drill program will commence before March 31, 2021 with no set end date. If you have any questions please contact Colleen Kurcinka at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (807)623-4635 extension 210. Click on Read More to see the location.Read More
White Resources notice of mobilization of exploration activities for Exploration Permit PR-20-000267 the Tower Stock Project.
If you will be hunting or in the area please note the signs posted on the road for your safety in that area. Commence drill program will February 1, 2021. If you have any question please contact Colleen Kurcinka at email@example.com or call (807)623-4635 extension 210.Read More
TC Energy is delighted to share some exciting opportunities for students.Read More
RSMIN is looking for a RSMIN citizen who would be interested in participating in Ogimaawin Indigenous Education Council with Lakehead University.
For more information on the Council please click on Read More.Read More
This award was sponsored by Impala Canada Inc.Read More
Wrecked, Abandoned, Dilapidated and hazardous vessels (known as vessels of concern, or VOCs) can pose risks to the environment, public health and safety, local interests such as fishing and tourism, and also to culturally sensitive area. The National Strategy on Wrecked and Abandoned Vessels, part of the federal government's Oceans Protection Plan, aims to prevent the occurrence of new VOCs and address those that already exist in Canadian waters. The Coast Guard has been notified of a wreck in Port Coldwell, Ontario (48.756767, -86.535984) we are asking for your feedback on what should happen to these VOCs? Your input would be appreciated especially if you live in the area of Port Coldwell, Ontario. For more information click on "read more"Read More
While the Restricted Fire Zone (RFZ) has been lifted, minimizing wildland fires in Ontario continues to be a priority for us – and we are seeking your support. Preventing human-caused fires is everybody’s responsibility. We know we can count on you to help reduce fire hazards and ensure the health and safety of our staff and communities across the province during this wildland fire season.Read More
Indigenous students in Ontario may be eligible for financial assistance through Indspire's Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards (BBF) program to assist them with their post-secondary education.Read More
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry are planning their 2020-2021 aerial herbicide spraying. They anticipate spray application to commence as early as August 1, 2020 for the following forests.
Dog River-Matawin, Black Spruce, Lakehead, Magpie and Nagagami Forest, to see a map of the area please see below.Read More