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Wolf Lake Coalition to press Provincial Candidates and Leaders

May 28, 2014

Wolf Lake Coalition to press provincial candidates’ and leaders’ commitment to protecting world’s largest old-growth red pine forest.

North Bay — As the provincial election nears its climax, a coalition of 30 businesses and organizations says the time is now for candidates and party leaders to commit to protecting the world’s largest remaining stand of old-growth red pine. The Wolf Lake Coalition is using a variety of approaches to seek support from candidates in three ridings and the party leaders for protecting the old-growth forest surrounding Wolf Lake.

New Map Retailer in Sudbury

We'd like to welcome Lure of the North to our family of Temagami Adventure Planning Map retailers! Owners Dave and Kielyn Marrone are based out of Sudbury. They specialize in traditional winter travel, crafts and skills. Check out their upcoming snowshoe camping trips, including the Chiniguchi/Donald loop, and Wolf Lake with winter ecologist and naturalist Dr. Gerard Courtin.

FOT calls on Ontario to protect endangered Temagami pines

Friends of Temagami recently joined with six organizations and two businesses to call on the Ontario government to protect Temagami's endangered old-growth pine forests, roadless wilderness, and sacred places like Spirit Rock at Chee-skon-abikong Lake. Will you send an email to the decision makers and urge them to increase protection in Temagami? Please click the link below.