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Parks Canada

Ontario's largest wilderness park is right in our Big Lake back yard. Read more

Ontario

Still Here and Thriving

Ivy Vainio

Mooningwanekaaning-minis, “Home of the Golden-Breasted Flicker,” is the Anishinaabe homeland. Today, most call it Madeline Island. Ten millennia ago, people walked and canoed the lands surrounding the island, fished the waters and lived in reverence. Read more

The Lake

Reviews of five books about traditional and modern Anishinaabeg culture: "Original Local," "Hungry Johnny," "The Road Back to Sweetgrass," "Talking Sky" and "Spirit of the Ojibwe." Read more

Books & Video

Fry Bread

Courtesy CookingPost.com

While many cultures have some sort of “fried” bread, what we call fry bread was created in Native American communities in the era following establishment of reservations. Read more

Food/Recipes

An Ojibway legend about creation of the St. Marys rapids bears striking resemblance to the accepted scientific account of the forming of the rapids. Read more

Natural World

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