Red Sky Métis Independent Nation will be making Birch Tea for the Anishinaabe Keeshigun event hosted at Fort William Historical Park this weekend. Saturday 10am to 8pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm. There will be many different tents and entertainment there including the world class hoop dancer James Jones (Notorious Cree). For more details on the event click on “Read More”Continue Reading

To help celebrate Canada Day, the Ontario government is encouraging families, fishing enthusiasts and first-time anglers to participate in the province’s week-long free fishing event. From July 1 to July 9, Canadian residents can fish for free. For full details click on “Read More”Continue Reading

Black bears are an important part of Ontario’s biodiversity. Since 2017, Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry (MNRF) staff have been completing barbed wire hair trap (BWHT) surveys to update bear density estimates within Wildlife Management Units (WMU) that have active, regulated resident and non-resident bear hunts. Starting this year, the MNRF will be proceeding with ongoing monitoring of the black bear populations. For full details and maps showing the locations please click on “Read More”Continue Reading

If you will be hunting or in the area please note the signs posted on the road for your safety in that area. It is expected that work will commence via forest access roads off of Hwy 527 at Escape Road to selected areas. Mobilization is planned from May 1st, 2023 and will cease on or before August 31, 2023. Geotechnical drilling is being done to collect baseline environmental data, and collect geotechnical data in support of design of tailings management areas and proposed site infrastructure. If you have any questions please email or call 807-623-4634 extension 215.Continue Reading

Are you interested in having fun while volunteering? To download your RSMIN Volunteer form click on “Read More”Continue Reading