18 Provincial Parks Celebrate 50th Anniversary Continue reading Happy Birthday!
More than 60 guests and corporate sponsors of Ontario Parks gathered recently at the 7th Annual Ontario Parks Bursary Awards ceremony to say “thanks for a job well done” to 40 students who worked in provincial parks for the summer. Continue reading Thanks for a great job!
The melodic beat of drums; the rushing of a powerful river. These are the sounds that greeted visitors and guests at the recent official opening of the new Visitor Centre at French River Provincial Park. Continue reading “Voices of the River” New Visitor Centre Opens at French River
Did you know that 15 per cent of North American dragonflies are at risk of extinction in the foreseeable future? Many of these beautiful, delicate creatures require high levels of oxygen, associated with free-flowing rivers. Continue reading Help us count Dragonflies!
About 40 people including Natural Resources Minister David Ramsay braved the rain recently to help open a new hiking trail at Mashkinonje Provincial Park. Calling it a testament to partnerships. Ramsay said the new Loudon Peatland Trail would not have been possible without the hard work of the Friends of Mashkinonje, as well as educational, business and municipal partners. Continue reading New Trail at Mashkinonje
About 100 people gathered at Bronte Creek Provincial Park recently, to witness and help celebrate as 30 people became Canadian citizens.
The ceremonies on May 10th mark the first time an Ontario provincial park has played host to a citizenship ceremony. Continue reading A Memorable Day at Bronte Creek Provincial Park
On Wednesday, May 10th 2006, Bronte Creek Provincial Park will be the host for ceremonies welcoming new Canadians into the broader Canadian family. Continue reading Help us welcome new Canadians!
Wasaga Beach Provincial Park has received an award from the local Chamber of Commerce, for its role in the annual historical re-enactment of battles of the War of 1812. Continue reading Way to Go, Wasaga!
Multiculturalism was the theme at a recent community picnic at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. More than 300 people showed up for the June 27th event, to meet new people, explore the park and, of course, eat. The picnic was co-hosted by the park and the Halton Multicultural Council. Continue reading Bronte Creek Park Hosts Community Picnic