Nature, Ecosystems & Habitats, Coastal Regions & Shorelines
Stories from the Hudson Bay Lowlands by Albert Chookomolin and Bill Keller
The Hudson Bay Lowlands that cover the top of Ontario form one of the largest remaining wild spaces on earth. The Lowlands are a sometimes harsh but beautiful place that has long supported the Swampy Cree people—the Mushkegowuk. The North Then...
The Drowning of Prince Edward Island by David Compton
Breaking people’s hearts while saving their lives is part of Quinn Axworthy’s job. As the government’s point man on climate change, he’s watched families lose their houses, their history, even their lives to the sea. For Laura MacIsaac, the ocean...