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April 19, 2015: Define "Spring"

In case you are checking in on Kenora from far away, and didn’t know, our weather has taken a turn for the worse. After a week of blissfully warm weather, things have turned wet and cold. 304 more words


Free Grassy Narrows

Asubpeeschoseewagong– the Indigenous or Anishinaabe name for Grassy Narrows – is situated 80 kilometers north of Kenora, Ontario in Canada. Approximately 50 percent of
community still depends on hunting, trapping, and gathering berries and medicines from the land. 122 more words


April 17, 2015: Big Changes

A week of warm windy weather has melted a lot of ice. Safety Bay, for instance, is pretty much wide open, and Jackfish Bay is going fast. 293 more words


April 14, 2015: Ice Patrol's First Anniversary.

Ice Patrol began as a blog one year ago today. At that time, I was hoping that if I made my aerial photographs easily available on the internet, more people might see them. 374 more words


April 13, 2015: Dark Ice

We had a wonderful warm weekend, with temperatures reaching 16ºC on both Saturday and Sunday. This had an appreciable effect on the ice. First up, the south end of the Winnipeg River. 208 more words


Christian Peacemakers Team Aboriginal Justice Delegation

The Christian Peacemakers Team is hosting Aboriginal Justice Delegations during 2015 on three occasions from May 1st-11th, August 14th-24th, and 25th September – 5th October. The delegations are taking place in Asubpeeschoseewagong traditional territory, in what is now also called Kenora, ON. 122 more words


April 9, 2015: Kenora Area

Three quick pictures today. As usual, you can click on them to see the largest, zoomable version. 

This first one was taken looking SSW at downtown. 160 more words