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My Feature Documentary: What Lies Below

I created, researched, wrote and hosted the privately funded…
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Makings of a Guide Dog

On a number of occasions over the past half-dozen years,…

Muskie or Mayhem on the Ottawa River?

The year 2019 will go down as one of the least promising starts…

Competing Blind in the America Cup International Fly Fishing Tournament

(First published in Bob Izumi’s Reel Fishing Magazine) Few…

Walleye Opener and the Law

Getting out on the Upper St. Lawrence River for the opening of…

The Idea behind the Charity “Blue Fish Canada”

As many of you, my attachment to fishing began with adventures…
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Age of aquariums

OUR FISHERIES Do public aquariums have anything to do with…
Lawrence meeting Wayne Price at the spruce dug out
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Post Cards from the Yukon

AMI TV and I put our heads together and came up with an idea for a TV special called “Postcards from the Yukon”.

Feel the Bite Fishing Videos and Accessible Media Inc.

Accessible Media Inc. broadcasts over cable TV and satellite…

WWF Living Planet Report

The WWF's latest biannual Living Planet Report raises the alarm about the state of the world's biological diversity.

UN Report on Climate Change

A report issued in October 2018 by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warns that governments need to act soon to avoid far-reaching catastrophic effects.

When is Enough Enough?

(First published in Fish Hunt Ride Magazine –Fall 2017) Many…

Canada's Plastic Accord

Did you know that by 2050 plastic in the ocean will outweigh the fish?

Threats to Lake Winnipeg On the Increase

We don't often hear about Lake Winnipeg in Manitoba, but it's now in the news far too often, and for the wrong reasons

More Behind Canada's 2018 Forest Fires than Climate Change

2018 is turning out to be one of the worst years for forest fires we have ever experienced in Canada

How to Re-imagine the World's One Ocean

According to the World Ocean Observatory, there are seven essential principals that should govern the way we view the ocean

The State of Our Beaches

With summer in full swing, who doesn't want to spend time at the beach?

North America's 1st dogs

The first dogs in America likely came here around 10,000 years ago with people from Siberia, according to a new study by an international team of researchers.