In northern Ontario there is a region called Temagami and it is absolutely stunning as it holds Ontario’s oldest old-growth forest and is the home to a diverse wildlife. In a tradition of profiteering, some people want to destroy the area and plans were set in motion in place to permit that – until now. The province has decided to commit to protecting the area from destruction.
Check the video below to see the region:
Wolf Lake from Rob Nelson on Vimeo.
The decision is a victory for the 300-year-old red pine trees, said Ontario’s environment commissioner, Gord Miller. He
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