You might ask, what is boondocking? This is a great question. To all corners of this great country (Canada), boondocking means no fresh water, no electricity or sewer utilities while camping in an RV. Living without conveniences such as municipal electricity, indoor plumbing, or grocery stores, especially when camping with a recreational vehicle; in other words roughing it. That may make sense for the rest of the country that carry on "boondocking" in the summer,…
Visitors to Northern Ontario's Algoma Country will tell of the rolling Canadian Shield that changes character with every season. They will wax poetic about driving winding roads through awe-inspiring landscapes made famous by Canada's Group of Seven. They will try and convince others to visit -- to experience the lodges, the landscape and the friendly communities of the North. Repeat visitors may even throw the idea around of moving here permanently -- to enjoy the…
Brush up on the Group of Seven and discover the natural landscapes that inspired their iconic paintings.As the twentieth century dawned in the newly emerging Dominion of Canada, the one true form of art native to our soils, the art of our First Nations, was being appropriated to colonial museums. In its place, a flood of art based on imported European styles dominated the parlours of wealthy Canadians. It was into this cultural vacuum that…
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Renewing or buying an Ontario Fishing License and Outdoors Card has never been easier! I was going through my wallet the other day and realized my Outdoors Card, probably like many of yours, expired December 31st. In order to fish or hunt in Ontario everyone needs this card. Luckily, Outdoors Cards last for three years so you don't have to get one each year. I usually also purchase a three year fishing license at the…
The year 2015 has been an exceptional one for Sault Ste. Marie. SooToday's staff photographers Donna Hopper, Kenneth Armstrong, David Helwig and Darren Taylor take you down memory lane through their "lens"! Here are 25 photos that will showcase the diversity, culture, politics and significant moments to remember about the city! Mayor Christian Provenzano and his new bride Kyleigh Binkley on their wedding day at the Art Gallery of Algoma on Saturday, May 16, 2015.…
     
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