The Value of the Seal River Watershed in Two Languages

By Stephanie Thorassie In a world rapidly losing large, healthy lands, the Seal River Watershed offers an exception. A recent report found that the watershed remains 99.97 per cent intact. That means an area the size of Nova Scotia is free of mining developments and permanent roads, and sustains animals, plants, boreal forest, and clean waters. By leaving these lands … Read More

Seal River Watershed Home to Three Species of Bears

By Stephanie Thorassie Two years ago, my parents were camping at Stoney Lake north of Tadoule Lake. They were looking through their binoculars at the shore fishing when they saw a giant rock suddenly move! They could not believe the size of this bear! It had extra wide shoulders and blonde colouring down its back. They called out to one … Read More

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