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Archive for July, 2011

30
Jul

Toronto’s Carnival through the Lens

Have you ever wondered about the origins of the Caribbean Carnival in Toronto?  If the answer is yes, you will have to check out the exhibit Toronto’s Carnival: Festival Photographs from 1967 to Today.  Read more

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28
Jul

Algonquin Park’s Wolf Howls program

Who’s afraid of the big, bad wolf? Quite a lot of people it seems if you believe the popular myths about these predators.

Even those in charge of protecting our provincial parks held massive wolf culls in the early 1900s to drive the species out of existence. But despite all the past huffing and puffing about wolves as evil incarnate, it turns out they were greatly misunderstood and park naturalists have been working hard ever since to blow down the inaccurate stereotypes.

At Ontario’s Algonquin Park, visitors can get a chance to communicate directly with these fascinating animals by joining a Public Wolf Howl on Thursday nights in August.

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