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The endangered piping plover virtually disappeared from Ontario’s shores in the 1970s due to loss of beach habitat and human-related disturbance.
The well-loved trail receives about 400,000 visits per year from a mixture of dog walkers, casual strollers and expert hikers.
Spanning more than 79 square kilometers from Lake Ontario to the Oak Ridges Moraine, the Rouge is Canada’s first national urban park.
OPG deployed drones to keep invasive Phragmites in check at the Western Waste Management site in Kincardine.
In the Upper Mattagami River in northern Ontario, the long-absent lake sturgeon continues to mount an astounding comeback.
The international Motus Wildlife Tracking System boasts more than 350 automated radio telemetry stations spread across the Western Hemisphere.
The sites were recognized by the Wildlife Habitat Council for the excellent biodiversity and conservation work taking place there.
Fish in the Ganaraska River in Port Hope have become the latest reality TV stars.
OPG is currently generating
megawatts of electricity
for the province of Ontario.
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Continued operation of Darlington Nuclear through 2055 means 14,200 more jobs per year. Learn more.
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