Along the Shore
The Live on the Waterfront Concert Series will continue every Wednesday throughout the month of August. Held from 6-9 p.m. at Marina Park, performers include Kardinal Offishall, Magic!, The Roosters, Milton Shushack, the Thunder Bay Community
Ontario—On August 26, communities across the country are invited to explore the Trans Canada Trail. Twenty-five years in the making, 24,000 km of hiking, biking and paddling trails will be connected and local sections of the trail will be celebrating.
Agate Bay docks in Two Harbors. | KELSEY ROSETH
Two Harbors—Lovers of the quiet, quaint community of Two Harbors have transportation to thank for its very existence.
Back in the 1850s, the United States and Native Americans signed the Treaty of LaPointe, which opened the North Shore of Lake Superior to white settlement.
Red Chairs at the Battle Island Lighthouse. | PARKS CANADA
Thunder Bay—The quest is on to find “Red Chairs” in Canada, including along Lake Superior’s North Shore.
Travellers, hikers, paddlers and boaters have been seeking out sets of red Adirondack-style chairs (Ontarians call them Muskoka-style) placed by Parks Canada at
Tower—The Minnesota DNR wants public input on an updated draft management plan for Lake Vermilion. The new six-year plan (2017-2022) retains the walleye regulation implemented in May 2017 and is more specific than the previous plan about management
Mike Durkalec, a fisheries biologist and avid trout/steelhead angler from Ohio, makes annual trips to the Nipigon area in Ontario to fish for trophy brook trout. He caught this fish at Lake Nipigon on July 13.
In an email he wrote, “I did not weigh or measure this brook trout, but as a fish biologist