Northern Ontario, Canada

Story by Duane Moleni
Have you ever played cricket? Flamenco, Salsa or Merengue sound like fun to you? Want to learn about the National Museum of Immigration? Ever hear of a Tribe Called Red? You are in for a treat Sault Ste. Marie. Here's your chance to expand your horizons during one weekend. All you have to do is come and join the fun. The time to Celebrate Difference is now. How fun does that sound?  Come learn, share, laugh and love. Mark your calendars for May 2 - 4 and plan to attend Passport to Unity (PTU). This annual multicultural event presented by the Sault Ste. Marie Career Centre packs a lot of punch into a 3 day festival. Citizens from across the…
Beautiful smallmouth bass!
Rebekka Redd, host of the New Fly Fisher TV Show, explains why you'll love fly fishing in Sunset Country and she adds some great fly fishing tips too. Of all the places I've fishing in the world, I'm proud to say my favourite is also my home. Northwest Ontario is a gorgeous spread of land with thousands of natural clean, clear lakes, rivers and streams that are hard to beat when it comes to fishing. No matter what the season, Northern Ontario will capture any fisherman's attention, boasting amazing fisheries with trophy fish being common. Its fishing will rival any other sport fishing in the world. Renowned for its wide variety of species of fish, one in particular is highly…
Christopher
Don Hall shares his 11 year-old grandson's ambitious year and love for birding...256 species in 12 months to be exact! When my grandson Christopher decided at age 11 that it was time to do his first big year, I was a bit skeptical. The Big Year, inspired by the movie of the same name, would be an attempt to see as many birds as possible in a 12-month period. He set a goal of 200 species. It sounds ambitious but then Christopher has been birding since he was six and his young eyes and ears are remarkable.Most birders consider a positive identification by song to be a "sighting" and Christopher can reliably identify bird songs that older folks—even those of…
501st Canadian Garrison
On April 26th and 27th, Schumacher Lions Club will present the 2nd Annual Northern Ontario Expo, which in layman's terms is Northern Ontario's only comic-con and cosplay convention—and it's happening in Timmins, Ontario! Browse the work of renowned comic artists. Some of the artists in attendance include Mike Rooth, Spent Pencils, Alfonso Espinos, Sharon Gauthier, Tony Bedard, Kim Vachon and Nutshell Studios. What is a comic-con without celebrity guests and photo-ops? Previous guests have included TV's Incredible Hulk Lou Ferrigno, Dukes of Hazzard's John Scneider, Star Wars' Amy Allen and WWE's Lita.   This year will not disappoint, with guest appearances by Gold Medalist Meghan Agosta, Maximum Pro Wrestling's April Hunter and Mary Pearl, and 501st Legion Canadian Garrison.  Come in your…
Hastie Lake -- Awesome Bass Fishing in Algoma.
Editor's Note: Hastie Lake is renowned for its Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass fishing. Colin McKeown, host of The New Fly Fisher, got to experience this first hand—read about Colin's experience to a remote outpost wilderness camp with Lauzon Aviation to fly fish for bass. We've also included a video of the episode so make sure to watch! For more information about fly-in fishing outpost camps in Algoma Country visit www.algomaflyinfishing.com For those anglers who are looking for a wilderness fishing trip on a budget, there are several options. One of my favourites is through Lauzon Aviation located near Blind River, Ontario. Lauzon Aviation is a family-run business that has been helping anglers access world-class fishing for over 30 years. They…
Story by Katie Filion
Selling fresh, seasonal farm products direct to consumers is not new to the Algoma region, but what breaks new ground at Mill Market is a convenient, indoor site where consumers and local producers can build relationships in a central community gathering space. Located at 35 Canal Drive across from the historic Sault Canal, Mill Market aims to be this gathering place, where locals and tourists alike can find farm-fresh food, culinary treats and beautiful handicrafts. Mill Market will be home to farmer, food, and craft vendors, and social programming, including a community garden. "The market aims to be a place to celebrate Algoma District," explained Justus Veldman of Riversedge Developments and Mill Square Inc. "Mill Market will be a place…
Entomica: NEW Insectarium And Mill Market Opening Events!
Mill Market, Sault Ste. Marie's newest addition to agriculture and set to open in a week's time – is so much more than a Farmers Market. The site contains a soft launch of all the wonderful attractions soon to come to Mill Square in the form of Destination North. Destination North is a not-for-profit project that artfully balances the needs of a tourism venue and a downtown core revitalization by cultivating job-creating social enterprise components. Mill Market's prime location - on the Waterfront Hub Trail, sharing the road to the Historic Canal and Whitefish Island, neighboring The Casino and Station Mall, and under the gaze of the International Bridge – make it an exciting attraction to visitors and Sauites, alike.…
Uncovering the Charm of Downtown Sudbury
As a hub of activity in Northern Ontario,  Sudbury is a city you're bound to visit as you travel the region. At first glance downtown Sudbury may seem quiet, but look closer and you'll find some of the most charming spots and people in town. Downtown's streets are host to many of the city's great events and festivals, including Sudbury's Largest Yard and Sidewalk Sale (May 31, 2014), Blues for Food (June 14, 2014), Hockey Night in Canada's Play On! Sudbury street hockey tournament (June 21–22, 2014), and RibFest (August 29–31, 2014). If you're visiting, new to Sudbury, or live here but tend to avoid the downtown core, we encourage you to explore some of the gems that make downtown Sudbury so special.…
Highway 64 Riding
It's no secret that I love riding in Northern Ontario. It's much more than a job for me, it's almost a spiritual connection – the open spaces, the miles of forests, lakes and rivers, the small towns and the big cities of Timmins, Sudbury, New Liskeard and North Bay (the official boundary line that signifies the start of the Northeastern part of Ontario) At only three and a half hours from Toronto, it's also a place that I ride frequently enough to know where all the good roads are, and I'll go out of my way time and again to make sure I get them in each season. While the region is so vast, you'll have no trouble finding more…
The Abitibi Canyon Loop Tour: A 400 Series Highway Paved with Fresh Powder
I'm in the fortunate position to have the job all my friends envy. As an action sports photographer, I spend a good chunk of the winter months riding and photographing snowmobiles for Ontario Tourism. We travel to some of the most scenic locations found anywhere in the province (and arguably the country).  After two forgetful seasons, the winter of 2014 struck with a vengeance giving us some of the best snow conditions seen in years. This meant a busy season for me with several projects on the go, all of which were aimed at drawing new snowmobilers to the region. Despite what you might think, I don't actually spend much time riding on these photo shoots. Sure I use the…

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