Connecting Lake Simcoe's Community

Dr. Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux, a member of the Chippewa of Georgina Island First Nation in Lake Simcoe, has been appointed as Lakehead University's first Chair on Truth and Reconciliation.

Read more: Wesley-Esquimaux is Lakehead Chair on Truth & Reconciliation

The calm waters of the Maskinonge River welcomed a group of 40 paddlers Sept. 10 as part of the annual “Up the Maskinonge with a Paddle” event.

Read more: Maskinonge River's health recovering, paddlers find

Saturday, Aug. 20, was hot and sunny — perfect for “eXXpedition Great Lakes 2016.”

Read more: Citizen-scientists test Lake Simcoe for plastic pollution

The mixed forests of Scanlon Creek Conservation Area are a beautiful sight for hikers and photographers and the perfect haven for plants and animals to flourish.

Read more: Citizen scientists show Scanlon Creek is nature paradise

Wil Wegman is better known for catching fish than swimming with them but it’s the latter that he will be doing once again on Sat., Aug. 6.

Read more: Wil Wegman prepares to 'Swim With The Fishes' in fundraiser

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