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Beautiful Fall Colours of Ontario’s Provincial Parks, Canada: Get “Ontario Parks Fall Colour” Report

The following video presents The Natural Brook Trout Lakes of Algonquin Park (www.algonquinpark.on.ca):

“Algonquin Provincial Park is home to one of the world’s highest concentrations of natural Brook Trout lakes. Despite being a 7,630 square kilometre (2,946 square mile) protected area in Ontario, Canada, Algonquin’s native fisheries are under threat. Learn what research has taught us about this special fishery and the simple things you can do to protect it for future generations. Discover more about Brook Trout at: http://www.algonquinpark.on.ca/visit/…

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Take a Selfie with Ontario’s Fall Colours

Great Photo Opportunities Abound in Ontario’s Parks

September 14, 2015 12:01 P.M.
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Ontario’s provincial parks offer great opportunities for families and friends to view the beautiful fall colours.

Photo Credit: Ontario Parks
Photo Credit: Ontario Parks

This coming fall, take the opportunity to visit a provincial park or go for a stroll in your local neighbourhood park, take a selfie with the fall colours, and remember to use #FallColours.

Photo Credit: Ontario Parks
Photo Credit: Ontario Parks

The Ontario Parks Fall Colour Report shows you when colours are at their peak in provincial parks across Ontario. Colours peak at different times across the province, so check the report often.

Photo Credit: Ontario Parks
Photo Credit: Ontario Parks

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Canada’s Parks Day / Journée des parcs du Canada July 19, 2014

This video presents “Canada. Summer. Go.”

  • “Many more awesome activities await you this summer.”

“Canada’s Parks Day is an annual event where thousands of people participate in fun, educational, family-oriented events in parks and Historic Sites across the country. Many activities highlight the important role that parks play in maintaining healthy and resilient ecosystems, protecting critical habitat for species-at-risk and contributing to human health and well-being.”

The Canadian Parks Council
http://www.parks-parcs.ca/english/cpc/parksday.php#

For the Canada’s Parks Day Event, please click on the following links:

In 2013, Parks Canada and Google collaborated to document many of Canada’s most iconic national heritage places through the unique panoramic lens of Google Street View.

  • “2013 marks the first year Google’s new “Trekker” Street View backpack was used in Canada.
  • Capable of going anywhere a person can hike, the Trekker is the work-horse of the Parks Canada-Google collaboration, allowing Google to document a wide range of features within Canada’s national heritage places including back country hikes, front country day use trails, campgrounds, the many nooks and crannies of historic properties, and even along the fortification walls of historic battlements.”
  • Please click here to take a Street View tour of a Parks Canada location:
    1. zoom in closer to the location’s marker;
    2. drag the “Pegman” over the map to reveal the blue-coloured Street View trajectories ready for you to explore.

Looking for a way to spend Parks Day? Explore these Featured Experiences.

Please click here for more info about the National Parks of Canada.

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Celebrate Canada’s Parks Day 2014

Ontario Government Encourages Families to Enjoy the Great Outdoors

July 18, 2014 6:00 a.m.
Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry

Ontario provincial parks are celebrating Canada’s Parks Day on July 19 by offering a range of special events and activities.

It’s a time to explore and enjoy the benefits that parks provide for people of all ages. Take in one of the many Canada’s Parks Day events across Ontario where you can: