I’m on a bus full of happy day-trippers chatting about their September excursion. They have just had an outing to Rouge National Urban Park, courtesy of Parkbus – a non-profit enterprise that connects people with nature through free transit to … Continued

There are natural inflection points in the year. The first flowers. The first swim in a lake. First snow. Phenomena that portend radical change in the seasons. For the past few weeks, we have been witness to the most glorious … Continued

On the second day of our expedition this past July to southern Hudson Bay someone called down from the roof of Sam’s cabin where they had been keeping an eye out for belugas, and yelled, they’ve merged! The two caribou … Continued

Celebrating lifetime lobbyist and funder Susan Gibson By: Conor Mihell on behalf of Wildlands League Like so many nature lovers, Susan Gibson’s life has been illuminated by Henry David Thoreau’s assertion, “In wildness is the preservation of the world.” Gibson … Continued

Last year we lost a leading voice for the environment and a dear friend of Wildlands League. Peter Gorrie passed away at the age of 71 in Victoria, British Columbia. If you’ve been a long-time supporter of Wildlands, you’ll be … Continued

Some of my favourite memories of my mom, Caroline, are of those of us adventuring together in nature. During my teens we spent many a summer camping at the Haliburton Fish and Wildlife Reserve, on the south eastern tip of … Continued

Trevor Hesselink of Wildlands League has been pursuing a private prosecution against De Beers.  Ecojustice has represented Trevor for a number of years for the alleged failure of De Beers to report mercury monitoring data collected at its Victor Diamond … Continued