From February 23-27, 2009, 100 interpreters from Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Ontario descended upon the Haliburton Highlands for a workshop hosted by Ontario Parks Natural Heritage Education (NHE) staff. Continue reading Ontario Parks NHE Staff Host Successful Workshop
Before you head to Algonquin this weekend to celebrate the spring fishing season in Ontario, make sure you are aware of the ice conditions in the park. Continue reading Caution: Spring Fishing in Algonquin – Ice Still on Lakes
If you are interested in all things nature and want to share this interest with others, consider working in Natural Heritage Education (NHE) this summer. Each operating park has an NHE program, and these positions require tons of creativity, lots of interaction with park visitors, and a commitment to learn. Continue reading Summer Jobs in Ontario Parks: Natural Heritage Education
Ontario Parks is now hiring summer students! This is your chance to have a fun job in a great location while having an amazing summer. Each year, Ontario Parks offers a variety jobs in over 100 operating parks and offices. This year, there 2700 jobs available in the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) and over 1500 are in Ontario Parks! Continue reading Summer Jobs in Ontario Parks
This Saturday, March 28th, join people from all over the world to recognize Earth Hour by turning off your lights from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm. Continue reading Earth Hour: Turn off your lights on Saturday night!
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If you are looking to get outside and into nature for your family’s spring break this year, Ontario’s provincial parks have many great affordable outings for you to enjoy. Continue reading Fun Family Activities This Spring Break at Ontario Parks
Check out the March 2009 issue of Canadian Geographic Travel magazine which features 25 of Canada’s great provincial and territorial parks. Continue reading Ontario Parks in Canadian Geographic Travel
Algonquin Provincial Park is beautiful in every season, but experiencing Algonquin in the winter is truly something special! As winter draws to a close, it’s time to take advantage of the exceptional combination of activities that Algonquin offers, including camping, skiing, snowshoeing, dog-sledding, wildlife viewing, and exploring the park visitor centre. Continue reading Spend the Rest of Winter in Algonquin Provincial Park
There may be snow on the ground, but there are still birds in the sky! Take advantage of the beautiful winter setting and explore the bird life at Killarney Provincial Park. Continue reading Killarney’s Annual Christmas Bird Count
The Toronto Star recently conducted a reader survey on some of the top places to see in Canada and Ontario. Continue reading Ontario Parks Makes Ontario’s Top Five!